The growth of “Jordan’s” foreign reserves by 6% in 9 months


Data from the Central Bank of Jordan showed, today, Thursday, that foreign reserves grew in the first nine months of this year by 6.1% to $16.9 billion, compared to $15.91 billion at the end of 2020.

Jordan is still suffering in light of the Corona virus pandemic, which negatively affected tourism income and foreign investment, the most important sources of hard currency in the Kingdom.

The article, the growth of “Jordan’s” foreign reserves, by 6% during 9 months, was written in Al Borsa newspaper.