Minister: Saudi Tourism Development Fund collects USD266m to support 50 enterprises
(MENAFN) The Saudi Tourism Development Fund has collected SR1 billion (USD266 million) to support up to 50 medium and small enterprises, according to the Nation’s Minister of Tourism Ahmed bin Aqil Al-Khatib.
He showed this throughout the ministry's second virtual month on month gathering hosted to study the improvement established in this key industry, as reported by Al Arabiya.
Al-Khatib also talked about the ministry’s hard work to additionally grow the tourism industries role in the nation.
He showed that the ministry motivates and drives small venture possessors to apply for important feasibility studies with the aim of obtaining the needed backing. This is going to support them supply extremely effective tourism facilities.
In an effort to advance towards accomplishing the determinations and aspirations of the national tourism plan, the ministry is presently in course of arranging the Umrah plan, the plan for improving the town of Taif, in preparation of the winter season, as well as attempting to carry on with the World Cup, Al-Khatib stated.
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