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‘2011 will carry highest economic losses in history’
Natural and man-made catastrophes cost the world economy $350 billion (270 billion euros) and 30,000 lives this year, reinsurer Swiss Re said in a recent statement.
Toyota eyes 20 per cent global sales growth in 2012
Japan's biggest carmaker Toyota said Friday it would aim to boost global sales by a fifth next year, seeking growth in emerging markets to counter sluggish demand in the crisis-hit developed world.
Economists dispute 2012 draft budget law
A group of economists on Saturday disputed the 2012 budget draft law claiming that major miscalculations may jeopardise the Kingdom’s economy.  Full story
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EU grants Jordan 103 million euros
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German Development Bank KfW backs Jordan by over 1b euros during 50 years
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Jordan will play for gold when they meet Bahrain in the football.
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