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Balala answers EACC over Sh100m contract

By STELLA CHERONOMore by this Author “He rescheduled the sitting because he had several events lined up,” EACC Communications Officer Yasin Amaro told the press on Tuesday. MARKET In the summoning letter, Director of Investigations Abdi Mohamud said Mr Balala was also required to give insights into a Sh100 million ...

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India- Golf Tourism Market 2018 Global Top players, Share, Trend, Technology, Growth and Forecast to 2022

(MENAFN – GetNews) Wiseguyreports.Com Added New Market Research Report On -‘Golf Tourism Market 2018 Top Key Players, Segmentation, Industry Analysis and Demand Forecast to 2022 ‘. Global Golf Tourism Market WiseGuyRerports.com Presents ‘Global Golf Tourism Market Report 2018 New Document to its Studies Database. The Report Contain 123 Pages With ...

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Egypt seeks to make good use of recent tourism growth

Egypt seeks to make good use of recent tourism growth

EGYPTIAN Tourism Minister Rania Al-Mashat has praised the tourism sector as one of the most growing sectors worldwide. Speaking at a press conference with the board of the Egyptian Tourism Federation, Mashat said her ministry seeks to make use of the recent growth in tourism through solving problems facing this ...

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Three Hours or Less From Paris: Lille

Three Hours or Less From Paris: Lille

Our destination is Lille, a French and Flemish city on the border of Belgium. Only one-hour and eight minutes from Paris Gard du Nord station, we took the 8:40AM train and arrived at Lille Station at 9:48AM. The Mercure Hotel Grand Place was an easy five-minute walk from the station, ...

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Further details of next Friday’s unique US flypast

Further details of next Friday's unique US flypast

It’s less than two weeks until Sheffield looks to the skies to see a unique flyover of US and Royal Air Force aircraft – to mark 75 years since the Mi Amigo disaster. The whole city is rallying behind Tony Foulds, who has been tending the Mi Amigo memorial for ...

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Going overboard on a sustainable tourism promise

Going overboard on a sustainable tourism promise

Retaining the Philippine tourism campaign slogan, “It’s more fun in the Philippines,” is a good idea since it is a handle that doesn’t seem to be worn out yet. There’s no sense in paying good money for a new advertising slogan when the old one is still serviceable. On the ...

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