Jordan: Destitution fears as gov't tackles public debt

Jordan's tax increase has left people wondering how they will be able to make ends meet.

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    Jordan has brought in another increase in taxes.

    When the hikes were first announced in 2018 they led to widespread protests.

    This is the final phase - and though the response has been more muted, many people are worried they will not be able to make ends meet.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports from Amman, Jordan.


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