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Jordan, an island of stability and business opportunities

November 30: come assess the business opportunities this Middle Eastern partner has to offer November 30: come assess the business opportunities this Middle Eastern partner has to offer Trade Missions The activity will be held in French and English


On November 30, Jordan’s Minister of Industry and Commerce, Ms. Maha A. Ali, will be speaking at a seminar and networking cocktail party organized by the World Trade Centre Montréal. Take advantage of the opportunity to come meet the delegation of Jordanian companies accompanying the Minister, as well as Canadian companies active on this market.

See the preliminary program

See the list of jordanian delegates


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Contact et informations

By phone:

514 871-4001

For more information

Loubna Chamcham
Coordinator, International Market Development
514 871-4002 #6220

No reservations, cancellations or refunds after the registration deadline. Participant substitutions are accepted at no extra charge until the event is held. Please note that only substitution notices sent by email at will be accepted.


Omni Mont-Royal

1050 Sherbrooke Street West
Montréal, QC

Peel, Bonaventure

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  • Learn about business opportunities and the business environment in Jordan
  • Evaluate your development strategy for the Jordanian market
  • Hear Quebec companies discuss their experiences on this market
  • Assess the market’s potential for your business
  • Understand the challenges and issues for Quebec companies operating in the region



Jordan plays an important role in promoting peace in the Middle East. The country is a natural partner for Canada, and an effective liaison between the Arab world and the Western world.

The only Arab nation to benefit from a free trade agreement with Canada (which came into effect in October 2012), Jordan is a gateway to the countries of the Levant, as well as to the Arabian Peninsula. Jordan is therefore an interesting market for companies making development efforts towards the Middle East.

Exports of Canadian goods to Jordan have grown 20% since 2013, and imports more than tripled over this same period. In 2013, the value of Canadian exports to Jordan was estimated at 65 million dollars; in 2014, exports rose to 78.4 million. As for imports, they have been taking place since the entry into force of the free trade agreement, growing from 21.8 million dollars in 2012 to 62.5 million in 2014. The main products exported to Jordan from Canada were vehicles, wood, wood products, vegetables, paper, and cardboard. Canada mainly imported textile products.

Jordan, in brief:

  • A population of over 8 million inhabitants with an average age of 21.8 (2014)
  • A GDP of over 38.2 billion USD and an economic growth rate of 3.2% (2014)
  • A generous, welcoming land for refugees (Syrians, Iraqis, Palestinians)
  • A stable platform for companies with activities in the Middle East


All companies seeking to develop their business in Jordan or in the Middle East and hoping to learn more. 

The activity will be of particular interest to companies in the following sectors: 

  • Agriculture
  • Construction and infrastructure
  • Energy/Electricity/Water
  • Transportation services
  • Telecommunications 

The activity will also be of interest to: 

  • Investors and financial institutions
  • International project management advisors
  • Companies with experience on the Jordanian market

Explore promising opportunities for your company in Jordan!

In collaboration with:

In partnership with:
The "Exporting Québec" initiative 
is produced in cooperation with:

Official airline of the
"Exporting Québec" initiative:

LaPresse+   AIR CANADA
Acclr, through its international trade department, receives financial support from Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions

Affiliated with the World Trade
Centers Associations


Canada Economic Development   World Trade Centers association (WTCA)

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