Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority reports a 10 per cent increase in visitor numbers year-on-year in 2018 to over one million.
446 properties are under construction in the Middle East and will be adding over 127,000 rooms to the region’s inventory.
55 percent used the service because it enabled comparison of multiple accommodation options.
1,000 new restaurant and cafe were licensed in 2018 compared to 900 in 2017.
Africa, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia each recorded double-digit RevPAR growth for the year.
The market has been segmented into flavored milk, milk powder, pasteurized milk, ice cream, cheese, Laban, and ghee among others.
Tourist arrivals reached 64 million in 2018 in the Middle East.
458,000 tourists came to the country during the last quarter.
Beirut has witnessed a remarkable growth, snatching 81 percent of the tourists shopping.
DDF revealed that sales for 2018 reached USD 2 billion, representing a four percent increase over the previous year.
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