Gas, electric vehicle clearance on the rise — Bustanji

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AMMAN  — A total of 12,000 gasoline vehicles were cleared at the Zarqa Free Zone during the first nine months of this year, accounting for the highest percentage of vehicles cleared, said the president of the Jordanian Free Zones Investors Association, Mohammad Al-Bustanji, a local news outlet reported.اضافة اعلان

Meanwhile, 7,400 diesel vehicles and 9,400 hybrid vehicles were cleared during the same period at the Zarqa Free Zone, bringing the total number of electric vehicles cleared to 11,700, Bustanji said.

A total of about 41,000 vehicles were cleared at the zone through the third quarter of this year, approximately the same number as last year, he said.

Bustanji noted that around 33,000 vehicles were re-exported from the Zarqa Free Zone in the first nine months of 2022, compared to 37,000 vehicles in the first nine months of 2021.

The free zone is witnessing an increase in the clearance of both gasoline and electric vehicles, with a decline in hybrid vehicle clearances due to their raised prices, the president noted, adding that the clearance of diesel vehicles has remained stable. 

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