Report urges rescheduling tourism debts

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AMMAN — The State of the Country 2021 report called for rescheduling the debts of entities operating in the tourism sector, allowing them a grace period with repayments slated to begin in 2023, reported the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The report also recommended providing financial assistance to international tourism offices and exempting them from taxes until 2023 to carry out their duties and ensure their sustainability and continuity.

Under the same recommendation, action was proposed to motivate Aqaba and Dead Sea hotels to make discounted offers and find a competitive product, such as “Inclusive All” tourism and reduce hotel food and beverage prices and unify procedures and instructions for entry and exit at all Jordanian air, land and maritime crossings.

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