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This week on Marketplace Middle East

October 26, 2011 -- Updated 1017 GMT (1817 HKT)
Jordan has one of the smallest economies in the Middle East and faces increasing poverty numbers.
Jordan has one of the smallest economies in the Middle East and faces increasing poverty numbers.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • MME talks to Libya's former Interim prime minister Mahmoud Jibril about the country's future
  • King Abdullah of Jordan has made several changes in the government this year
  • As Jordan struggles with high poverty rates, MME looks at the country's economic pressures

(CNN) -- FACETIME: Mahmoud Jibril, former Libyan interim Prime Minister

After the death of Colonel Gadhafi, Libya is looking towards a new and very different future. This week in a special edition from the shores of the Dead Sea in Jordan, MME sits down with the country's former interim prime minister Mahmoud Jibril to discuss a timeline for a new constitution and elections.

IN FOCUS: Jordan's economic pressures

Tensions have been high in Jordan, where King Abdullah dismissed his cabinet for a second time this year and appointed a new prime minister. Jordan is one of the smallest economies in the Middle East and suffers from high rates of poverty. Leone Lakhani takes a look at Jordan's most pressing issues.

Marketplace Middle East airs weekly at the following times (all GMT):

Fridays: 0845, 1645,
Saturdays: 0615,
Sundays: 0515, 1745,
Mondays: 0045

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