On a more detailed level, Jordan’s overall sub-indicator performance is good. On the highest-scoring sub-indicator, management and settlement of investor-State disputes, its score has improved from 80 to 90 compared to EIRA 2020. Following this is institutional governance at 75. Next are the sub-indicators respect for property rights and regulatory effectiveness, both at 67. Its score on transparency has improved, from 62 to 65. Next is the sub-indicator communication of vision and policies, on which its score has gone up from 57 to 61. Its score on robustness of policy goals and commitments has also improved from 44 to 48. This year, the lowest-scoring sub-indicator is restrictions on FDI at 45.