According to the Petra Development and Tourism Region Authority (PDTRA), the number of Petra visitors increased by 118 percent increase in comparison with the previous year, which recorded a significant decrease due to the coronavirus crisis. According to the statement issued on Sunday, a total of 236,088 tourists of ...
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International tourism rebounded over the summer after a slow first half of 2021, leading to an upturn in quarter three of 2021, especially in Europe. The United Nations World Tourism Organization's (UNWTO) World Tourism Barometer, indicated that international arrivals (overnight visitors) increased by 58 percent between July and September of 2021 in comparison ...
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Deloitte published the Middle East Fraud Survey report, which offers insight into how organisations in the Middle East were affected by fraud during the coronavirus crisis. More than 100 participants from a range of different public and private sector industries took part in the online questionnaire. The report presents ...
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For the longest time, coronavirus topped the list of global worries as the world's top concern in surveys conducted by Ipsos. It finally dropped to joint third place in October 2021, coming after "Poverty & Social Inequality" and "Unemployment," tied with "Financial/Political Corruption" and ahead of "Crime & Violence." When ...
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As the world approaches the two year mark since the start of the pandemic, life is finally going back to normal — minus the face mask and a few other adjustments. With face coverings still a big part of our daily lives, then might as well invest in a ...
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With the temperatures slowly working their way down this November, here are three must-reads to curl up and get cozy with this month. Grab a warm drink and dive into the pages of the season's hottest reads. Our Country Friends by Gary Shteyngart Gary Shteyngart’s new novel is set in March ...
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