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The Arab tourism sector has recorded a $ 15 billion loss as a result of the Arab Spring, in addition to the loss of around 10 million tourists, according to Bandar Al-Fuhaid, director of the Arab Tour
MUSCAT, Oman — Tourism Minister Ahmed bin Nasser al Mehrzi has said that the government has tasked the Ministry of Tourism to evaluate the tourism sector and prepare a clear-cut, comprehensive long
NAIROBI, Kenya - The increasing insecurity is posing a great danger to the country's tourism sector, planning assistant minister Peter Kenneth has said.
Croatia's tourism sector, a driving force in the country's ailing economy, registered record figures during the first eight months of the year, a minister said on Friday.
The Kenyan tourism sector is at crossroads yet again following insecurity incidents at the Kenyan coast long regarded as the country's bastion of tourism activities.
MUSCAT, Oman — Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) will hold its 6th Ramadhan evening today on the government’s plans to revive tourism sector and projects implemented by the respective c
Bahamas — President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Josef Forstmayr says the lack of competition in the regional airline industry is stifling the tourism sector resulting in ou
PAKISTAN (eTN) - Pakistan is a country that is facing its worst conditions ever regarding its tourism industry.
(eTN) - Chief executive officer of British Airways Willie Walsh said that the Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax on British travelers to the Caribbean not only massively overstates the carbon impact of flig
The Minister of Tourism, Mrs. Sabah Zita Okaikoi has called on investors to take advantage of the general incentives available when they decide to invest in the tourism sector.
The number of overseas visitors taking holidays in Ireland fell by almost one-fifth in 2009, and about 12,000 tourism jobs were lost, according to the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation.
A major programme to increase the level of Bahrainisation in the travel industry is to be launched by the Bahrain Training Institute (BTI). The National Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management will be introduced at the institute in September. It is described as a major step in support of BTI's policy of providing training programmes to match the needs of the labour market.