Government officials from both Jordan and Iceland met recently to discuss the possibilities of economic cooperation between the two nations. Ma’en Nsur, the chief executive officer of the Jordan Investment Board (JIB) met with Ingibjorg Gisladottir, the minister of foreign affairs and foreign trade for Iceland, in order to discuss possible joint investment ventures.
The delegation from Jordan spent five days in Iceland last week. The group met local investors and business leaders, speaking mostly about investment projects in Jordan. The delegation promoted economic opportunities in their country and broached the possibility of joint investment in several areas.
Nsur met personally with representatives from the Iceland Business Union and spoke about the economic climate in Jordan. He also signed a memorandum of understanding with both the leader of the Iceland Trade Council and the Iceland Investment Agency, ensuring future cooperation between the JIB and the two groups.