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Nov 13

Gulf hospitality sector to grow $32.5bn by 2022

Gulf hospitality sector to grow $32.5bn by 2022

The overall outlook for the Middle East hotels sector remains positive, with the Gulf hospitality sector leading the charge and predicted to grow to $32.5 billion by 2022, this according to Alpen Capital’s latest report.

Among the GCC countries, analysts said that the"...

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Nov 07

World Bank urges Lebanon to form gov't, warns of recession

World Bank urges Lebanon to form gov't, warns of recession

The World Bank urged protest-hit Lebanon on Wednesday to form a new government quickly, warning of the threat of an economic downturn that would deepen poverty and worsen unemployment.

The warning came as anti-government"...

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Nov 02

UNESCO names Beirut as one of six new Creative Cities in the Arab world

UNESCO names Beirut as one of six new Creative Cities in the Arab world

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated six new Arab cities for its Creative Cities Network, an international platform that connects cities to share experiences, ideas and best practices in the creative industries and urban development.

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Oct 27

North Caucasus Presents Investment Opportunities to UAE Businessmen

North Caucasus Presents Investment Opportunities to UAE Businessmen

A delegation from North Caucasus Federal District of Russian Federation visits the United Arab Emirates on first business mission, taking place from 18th till 22nd of October 2019, with the goal of presenting the investment opportunities in local tourism sector to UAE business community."...

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Oct 23

‘Beautiful China’ Asian Tourism Promotion Series Concludes In Dubai

‘Beautiful China’ Asian Tourism Promotion Series Concludes In Dubai

H.E. Li Xuhang, Consul General of People’s Republic of China in Dubai, Xiao Jianhua, the head of the China Tourism Promotion Group, H.H. Sheikh Juma Al Maktoum and Hoor Al Khaja from DTCM were all present at the Beautiful China 2019 Asian Tourism series, hosted by the Ministry of"...

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Oct 22

Yunnan, A Must-Go Place Making Young People Enchanted

Yunnan, A Must-Go Place Making Young People Enchanted

In Yunnan, such a 394,100-square-kilometer vast land, there is full of magic and romance. From valleys with an altitude of 76 meters to peaks with an altitude of 6,740 meters, this land encompasses all kinds of spectacular landscape, such as numerous mountains and surging rivers.

There"...

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Oct 21

Global Village launches Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Global Village launches Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Global Village, a multicultural festival park in Dubai, UAE and a top destination for shopping, and leisure, said that it is introducing the region’s first edition of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museum attraction to its new season line-up.

Ripley’s attractions"...

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Oct 20

Del Monte® Launches First Café in Kuwait at Terminal 4 (T4) at Kuwait International Airport

Del Monte® Launches First Café in Kuwait at Terminal 4 (T4) at Kuwait International Airport

Del Monte®, the leading provider of fresh, healthy and great-tasting food to consumers around the globe, announced the opening of its first café in Kuwait at Terminal 4 at Kuwait International Airport. The step reflects the company’s endeavor to offer healthier snacks and"...

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Oct 17

2019 Annual Conference of International Mountain Tourism Alliance to Open in Oct

2019 Annual Conference of International Mountain Tourism Alliance to Open in Oct

On 12 October, a news briefing for 2019 Annual Conference of International Mountain Tourism Alliance was held in Guiyang. With the theme Working Together to Build a Community with a Shared Future in Mountain Tourism, focusing on major issues such as ecology, green, environmental protection,"...

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Oct 15

Mideast travel & tourism industry to hike spending on IoT by 22% by 2022

Mideast travel & tourism industry to hike spending on IoT by 22% by 2022

JEDDAH — The Middle East’s travel and tourism industry is expected to increase its spending on Internet of Things (IoT) technology by 22% by 2022, according to data published ahead of the inaugural edition of Travel Forward, which will take place alongside Arabian Travel Market"...

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