Jordan sees rise in tourism

17 March 2010

Figures by the Jordanian tourism ministry have shown a 35% rise in tourism revenues in the January-February period to JD311m, up from JD231 million in the same period last year, Jordan Times has reported. The kingdom also witnessed a 20.4% increase in the number of visitors during the first two months of the year, with 946,147 tourists visiting the country compared to 785,751 during the same period in 2009.

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