Dubai to regulate tourism bodies
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, January 12 - 2013 at 03:16
Dubai has decided to regulate the registration of the delegates of tourist institutions in the emirate authorised to pursue transactions with the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), Wam has reported. Under the new system, the registration period has been set at one year, renewable for similar periods as per the observed conditions and procedures. Delegate found in violation of the regulations will be fined and the fine will be doubled in case of repeated offence within one year from the date of the previous violations to no more than Dhs,3000, the report said.
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