Jordan currency declaration rules initiated

04 March 2010

Ghaleb Sarayreh, director general of the Jordan Customs Department has said that as of this month, Jordanians and foreigners arriving in the kingdom carrying more than JD15,000 in cash, financial papers, jewellery or other valuables will have to declare their possessions, the Jordan Times has reported. The new regulations, issued by the Central Bank of Jordan in 2007, aims to combat money laundering in the kingdom, he said.

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