A
- Advertising Agencies
- Arabic Sweets,
Pastries, Chocolates
- Architects


B
- Banks
- Beauty


C
- Car Rental
- Coffee Shops
- Commerce
- Consulting
- Craft


D
- Data Processing &
Computer Systems
- Decoration &
Furnishing


E
- Environment / Waste
Management Services
- Express Delivery
- Equipment : food
services, catering,
kitchen, laundry


F
- Financial Services
- Flowers
- Food & Beverage


H
- Hotels 3
- Hotels 4 & 5
- Hotels & Suites


I
- Industry
- Insurance
- Interior Design /
Decoration
- Internet


J
- Jewelleries


L
- Leisure
- Lighting


M
- Medias
- Medical / Technology


O
- Office Equipments /
Electronics
- Outside Decoration


P
- Printing


R
- Real Estate
- Restaurants


S
- Security
- Shop Systems
- Superstores


T
- Telecommunication &
Mobile Phones
- Transport
- Travel Agencies










 





The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a Constitutional Monarchy.
The constitution of 1952 gives the executive and legislative powers to the King.
The National Assembly is constituted by the Senate with 40 members appointed by HM the king, and the House of Representatives with 80 members wich are directly elected by the people.

PLO's declaration of independent Palestinian state in West Bank and Gaza Strip has been recognised by Jordan.

Jordan's administrative divisions are divided into eight governorates or provinces. Districts, subdistricts, municipalities, towns, and villages are the subdivisions of those governorates.



The Kingdom counts 4.1 million inhabitants with nearly 1.7 for the capital Amman On a ethnic point of view, the population is mainly composed of Palestinians and Transjordanians even if other minorities are represented (Armenians, Kurds...)
On a religious point of view, most Jordanians are Muslims Sunni, some Muslims Shia.

Other religious groups represent about 10 percent of the population, with a majority of Christians (Orthodox, Catholics and Protestants) and some Druzes.
Jordan's mother tongue is Arabic. But English is widely spoken especially for business, in major urban areas and touristic places (most of the country).
Literacy for people under the age of 15 nearly reaches 100 percent when more than 70 percent of adults are literate. Education is free up to admission to university.

There are still few health problems in Jordan principally due to the lack of water. But the spreading of doctors and medical equipment in rural areas is constantly increasing the sanitary level. Health facilities and medical personnel in main cities have brought life expectancy to 67 years over the past years.

Geography
Some Marks
To see in Jordan
Overview
Fairs & Exhibitions
Useful Addresses
Media of 1stjordan
Impact of 1stjordan
The 'First Jordan' Card
Press Book
Exotica - Flowers - Shopping on line
www.exotica.com.lb
Engineering Consultants Lebanon
www.spectrumlb.com
Nsouli Jewelry Lebanon
www.nsoulijewelry.com
Hotel Beirut Lebanon
acropolishotel.com
Rent Villas France for Holidays, Seasonal Rentals France
www.rent-villas-france.com
Sole Agent for Philips & Whirlpool in Lebanon
www.azelectronic.com
Arab Printing Press Lebanon
www.arab-printing-press.com
Hotel Beirut Lebanon
www.hotelcavalier.com
Arabic Music, CD Arabia
www.cd-arabia.com
Hotels Syria
www.chamhotels.com
Groupe PMR
www.groupe-pmr.com