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ACC export certificates totaled JD658m through September

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AMMAN — Through the third quarter of this year, the value of certificates of origin issued by the Amman Chamber of Commerce (ACC) to export goods to Arab and foreign countries totaled JD658 million, an increase of 20.6 percent compared to last year, when certificates for the same period totaled JD545 million, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

ACC’s statistical data released on Monday also showed that 27,048 certificates of origin were issued in the first nine months of 2022, compared with 28,988 certificates during the same period in 2021, a decrease of 6.7 percent.

A total of 6,923 certificates of origin were issued for export to Saudi Arabia, followed by Kuwait with 5,255 certificates, the UAE with 3,591 certificates, Iraq with 1,044 certificates, and Egypt with 784 certificates.

In terms of value, exports to Iraq topped the list, with a total export value of approximately JD160 million. Egypt followed at JD94 million, then Saudi Arabia at JD84 million, the UAE at JD59 million, and Kuwait at JD29 million.

According to the data, the value of re-exports during the same period reached approximately JD280 million. Industrial re-exports totaled JD169 million, agricultural re-exports reached approximately JD127 million, and re-exported Arab products valued JD56 million.

The ACC issues certificates of origin for plant and animal products, raw Jordanian natural resources, foreign goods that are re-exported, and for foreign goods purchased from the local market under specific conditions.

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