Britain urges EU to ease trade rules with Jordan

British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to urge leaders to ease trade rules between Jordan and the European Union (EU) to help Amman cope with the Syrian refugee crisisBritish Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday is expected to urge leaders to ease trade rules between Jordan and the European Union (EU) to help Amman cope with the Syrian refugee crisis. The Conservative leader is to call for changes to spur economic growth and employment in neighbouring countries to Syria at the annual gathering of business and political elites at Davos in Switzerland. “The EU has a vital role to play — coming together to offer genuine support for Syria’s neighbours.

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