Jordan to set up $1.3bn hotel complex
Amman, March 11, 2013
An agreement to establish a a multi-purpose complex that includes a 475-room hotel in Amman has been signed by Onyx Investments, Koni Konsultants and Koni Group.
The project, on the Airport Highway, is set to cost around $1.35 billion and will provide 5,600 jobs, a Petra news agency report said.
The hotel will be run by the Hilton Hotels, it said.
The deal was signed during the Jordan-US Business Forum meeting in Amman.
The King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) and SunEdison, a US solar power and renewable energy solutions company, inked an agreement to offer solar energy solutions in the kingdom.
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