Central Bank of Jordan - Annual Report 2006

Despite external shocks such as the surge in oil prices, the Jordanian economy preformed well in the period between 2002 and 2006, growing by an average of 6.4%.

This was twice the average growth recorded for the 1997 to 2001 period. However the growth in GDP in 2006 (6.4%) was down on the expansion of the previous year (7.2%).

The Central Bank of Jordan attributed the country's strong economic performance to economic and structural reform policies adopted by the government, the rescheduling

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