Posted on November 18, 2022

The government did not ban exports of olive oil or other foodstuff to Qatar, according to the Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture spokesperson.

His statements were made because several merchants had demanded permission to export certain products, particularly olive oil, to Qatar during the World Cup to improve their economic situation.

According to the Ministry, Jordan might produce 28,000 tonnes of olive oil this year, of which “20,000 tonnes are for local use, 4,000 tonnes for Jordanians abroad, and 4,000 tonnes for export”.

“We are trying to take advantage of the World Cup to export and promote olive oil and various agricultural produce,” he added.
The CEO of the Jordan Olive Products Exporters Association, told Jordan News that “so far, no contracts have been made in order to export olive oil to Qatar during the World Cup season”.

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