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100 Buyers From Americas Participate In Jordan Travel Mart

The second annual Jordan Travel Mart was held at the Dead Sea offered two days of two days of meetings, workshops. 100 buyers from the Americas participated in the event and met 180 of their Jordanian counterparts. The Jordanian suppliers were represented by 60 hotels, receptive operators, and other suppliers of services. Recent figures show that visitors form the Americas increased 12.7% 200,000 in 2008 and most of this increase came from the United States. 

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