Ministry of Industry Trade and Supply of Jordan
According to its law number 18 for the year 1998, the Ministry takes on the responsibilities of regulating the industry by type, classifying and registering it according to an internal regulation, and preparing the programs and studies that work on developing the industry and increasing its competitiveness.
The Ministry also takes on the task of regulating the internal and external trade, monitoring it, and preparing the studies and the agreements that protect the interest of the country and the citizen.
Finally, The Ministry takes upon itself the study of trade and industrial blocs and authorities, Arab and international, recommending to The Council of Ministers ways to deal with them, the feasibility of joining them, and showing their effect on the national economy.
Their vision is launch of inclusiveness in the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply of the pivotal role of the ministry in building and strengthening the national economy to improve the live and prosperity of Jordanian citizens by offering efficient and high quality services in the context of a true partnership with the private sector.
Contributing in achieving a continuous economic growth through:
Proficient and effective administration of Jordan economic and commercial dual, regional and international multiple parties relations.
Developing and implementing the policies, legislations and programs aiming to boost business and investment environment in a form that increases Jordan economic attraction and insures the consumers and business sector rights and benefits.
National Objectives of The Ministry:
Developing the Jordanian economy to be prosperous and open to regional and global markets.
Enabling the national economy to absorb the growing annual flow of the Jordanian labor.
Strengthening the government administration to be financially stable, transparent and accountable to the central and local levels.