Jordan's economic recession has prompted traders to launch attractive offers and discounts to attract customers to move sales, services and cash in pockets.
A report published by Ammon highlighted the stagnation in the real estate market and pointed out that the economic situation has pushed a commercial center in one of the most prestigious areas in Amman to offer rent offices for 6 months free of charge.
"What happened was not in dreams, but it is now a reality due to the recession in the markets, Jordanians in front of a declaration to rent luxury offices and the first 6 months free of charge, without vacancy and in the high-end areas of Amman."
Ammon attached its report to a video in which a citizen expressed his regret over the situation in the markets.
Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz said the economic situation in the country was improving after less than a year of initiating critical financial reforms that were needed to stimulate growth, which was affected by the rise of geopolitical factors in the region.
The government's plan is to reduce public debt from 95% to 77% of GDP by 2021.