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Jordan seeks more Indian visitors

06 February 2010

The Jordan Tourism Board (JTB) has set a target of raising by 20% the number of Indian tourists visiting the kingdom in 2010, Jordan Times has reported. "The Indian market is a very important part of the Asian market, particularly since the Indian economy has not been negatively affected by the global financial crisis," JTB Director General Nayef Fayez told the newspaper. In 2009, the country had received around 29,000 Indian tourists, following the opening of a JTB office in New Delhi last April.

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