A NEW CANAL TO BOOST DUBAI TOURISM AND TRADE

Gregory Dolgos -
The Dubai Gulf Emirate, which is well-known for its large projects, has another attraction. A three-kilometer-long canal linking the bay to the Gulf is intended to boost Dubai tourism and business....

LEBANESE TOURISM SEEKS ALTERNATIVES TO THE GULF VISITORS

Pat Hyland -
Although Riyadh and its allies’ economic sanctions are hitting Lebanese tourism professionals full force, they are planning to increase their independence and seek alternative sources of tourists. ...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN GERMANY CONTINUES TO BE A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS

Joe McClain -
Annually, around 250 thousand people from 177 countries receive medical treatment in Germany. Around 100 thousand foreign patients are admitted into German hospitals. It is estimated that between 40 t...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN GERMANY LOSING RUSSIANS

Sara Thopson -
Medical tourism in Germany seems to lose many clients. The numbers of foreign patients coming to the country for surgery went down. Especially the Russian markets, which was very strong for many years...

OMANI TOURISM CONTINUES TO INCREASE

Nik Fes -
Year after year, Oman is opening itself to international tourism. The country’s goal is to diversify its economy and with its rich history and impressive variety of landscapes, the sultanate hopes to ...
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