Qatar's long-term tourism strategy to be announced in H1 2013
- Qatar: Thursday, March 14 - 2013 at 05:28
Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) is likely to unveil its new long-term tourism strategy within the first half of this year, the Peninsula has reported. "Our target was the middle of 2013, but we are moving faster than what we have expected, so we may be announcing it before the middle of the year," said QTA chairman, Issa Al Mohannadi. The strategy would be implemented in three phases, the first of which will extend until 2016, the next will be before World Cup 2022 and the final stage will be before 2030, he added.
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