Promotion of investment law # (30) for 2014 admits the benefits brought to Jordan by foreign investments, and includes provisions that stimulate the local entrepreneurs.

Jordanian legislative system encourages the investors to a great extent, it contributes also in guarding the interest of all parties, and then, each of local and foreign investors alike do enjoy equal treatment with respect the establishment of their projects and, grants them sheer freedom in managing their businesses.

Additionally, total ownership right is assured in most economic sectors, including information technology, agriculture, hotels, hospitals, sea transport, railways, recreational resorts, and exhibition centers. 

Ma'an Governante is considered rich in natural resources from solar energy to minerals. And thus, Ma'an is counted today a treasure to be extracted yet. On the other hand, its deep-rooted history and strategic location in the heart of the Mideast and, at the crossroads between Saudi, Syrian and Iraqi markets and, on the route to Hall and Umrah, make it an attractive region for investors, project developers and visitors equally. 
Ma'an Development Company is keen to provide the best financial, organizational and administrative incentives the region-wide, including to allow for foreign ownership by 100%, avoid imposing taxes on income from the investment projects in the area, and also, to provide all requirements of investors at one site to facilitate their procedures and transactions. 
Ma'an belongs to a country abounding with diverse opportunities, where Jordan has succeeded in establishing its name as a selected investment destination; in consideration of its strategic location, secure and stable political atmosphere, multiple free trade conventions concluded with the USA, beside many other trade partners. So, in addition to availability of qualified human resources and competencies with which Jordan beats in beauty and, Ma'an teems itself with youth and qualified talents that provided by Al-Hussein bin Talal University, on top of a number of conventions of free trade entered into with international trade partners; such as:
  • Free trade convention between USA and Jordan
  • Jordanian-European partnership convention
  • Free trade convention between Jordan and European states with free trade zones
  • Arabian Free trade convention
  • Agadir convention
  • Free trade convention between Jordan and Singapore
Rate of education in Jordan reached 91%, among the highest rates in the Mideast. In spite of that, Jordanian government continues in its assiduous endeavor to achieve the objectives represented in raising the education threshold in the Kingdom, hence, the government worked on launching an ambitious development programme in 2003 targeting the adaptation between the educational system and requirements of an economy built on knowledge. 
Jordan, however, invests in its human resources, where more than 25% of GNP is expended on developing human elements (education, health, pensions, and social security systems). Yet, total investments in the field of training in modern technology sectors, manufacturing and services represent an added value to Jordanian economy. 
On the other hand, cost of labor in Jordan is considered the most competitive the Mideast-wide.
Also, human resources in Jordan are of the most important assets for investors searching about qualified labor; hence, Jordanian workforce is youthful, skilled and eager for work; where the number of high certificate holders is 400,000 annually, with increased emphasis on information technology knowledge. 
Jordan enjoys a free, open and abroad-oriented economic system, moved by a powerful private sector. However, Jordan ranked among the top six states out of (17) states assessed in the domain of adaptation to practicing business in the Mideast (report of business practices issued from World Bank Group).
Jordan economy has always been stable and robust led by a wide group of different sectors, including industrialization, construction, real estate, and services. Thereby, Jordanian economy has witnessed a growth rate of 7% during the period between 2004 -2006, also the results of 2007 indicated to continuous increase in growth rate. 
Moreover, continuous privatization process of institutions and key governmental projects, and major advance in the area of structural and legal reforms have led to new era in the field of development.