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Oman to Continue With Tourism Projects

Close on the heels of AbuDhabi’s announcement, Omantourism authorities have announced that they will go ahead with their plans fordevelopment of tourism in the country, despite the current financial crisis.

Dr Rajiha bint Abdulameer binAli, the Minister of Tourism, said “The current financial crisis will have noimpact on tourism projects in the Sultanate,” She further added thatagreements for all major projects were signed before the meltdown started.

Source: Khaleej Times

 

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