Jordan is a small country with few natural resources, but it has played a pivotal role in the struggle for power in the Middle East. Jordan's economy is showing encouraging growth potential, while proximity to the unrest in Syria, and instability in neighboring countries, may affect the speed of the country's development, the future looks promising, as the Jordanian government turns it focus to the development of the country's infrastructure, fighting against housing deficits and unemployment rates.
Whilst Jordan's GDP per capita positions it as an upper middle-income country, structural reforms are fundamental to the future growth of the economy. There are advantages and disadvantages to all of them, and there is no one correct answer, it's all dependent on your specific business circumstances and needs. A brief overview of the main structures is in the full guide.