Saudi Prince Tourism

'Saudi Prince Tourism' - 4 News Result(s)

  • Saudi Aramco Market Value Tops $2 Trillion
    Business | AFP | Thursday December 12, 2019
    Aramco's stock sale is the cornerstone of Prince Mohammed's ambitious strategy to overhaul the oil-reliant economy by raising funds to pour into mega projects and non-energy industries such as tourism and entertainment.
  • Saudi To Impose Fines For Tight Clothes, Kissing In Public
    World News | Reuters | Sunday September 29, 2019
    Saudi Arabia on Saturday said it would impose fines for violations of "public decency", including immodest clothing and public displays of affection, a day after the austere kingdom opened up to foreign tourists.
  • Sun, Sand, Religious Police: Holidays In Saudi Arabia May Be Hard Sell
    World News | Vivian Nereim, Glen Carey, Bloomberg | Sunday February 26, 2017
    It's the day before the grand opening of Shaden, a luxury desert camp in Saudi Arabia where air-conditioned tents look out on sandstone cliffs. A princely delegation is on its way. But the place isn't quite ready.
  • Saudi Prince Unveils Plans To Welcome Tourists
    World News | Associated Press | Wednesday April 27, 2016
    The tourism commission's figures show that around 245,000 Saudis work in the tourism sector. The target is to boost that to 352,000 by 2020 and to see investment in tourism upped by $8 billion to reach nearly $46 billion.

'Saudi Prince Tourism' - 4 News Result(s)

  • Saudi Aramco Market Value Tops $2 Trillion
    Business | AFP | Thursday December 12, 2019
    Aramco's stock sale is the cornerstone of Prince Mohammed's ambitious strategy to overhaul the oil-reliant economy by raising funds to pour into mega projects and non-energy industries such as tourism and entertainment.
  • Saudi To Impose Fines For Tight Clothes, Kissing In Public
    World News | Reuters | Sunday September 29, 2019
    Saudi Arabia on Saturday said it would impose fines for violations of "public decency", including immodest clothing and public displays of affection, a day after the austere kingdom opened up to foreign tourists.
  • Sun, Sand, Religious Police: Holidays In Saudi Arabia May Be Hard Sell
    World News | Vivian Nereim, Glen Carey, Bloomberg | Sunday February 26, 2017
    It's the day before the grand opening of Shaden, a luxury desert camp in Saudi Arabia where air-conditioned tents look out on sandstone cliffs. A princely delegation is on its way. But the place isn't quite ready.
  • Saudi Prince Unveils Plans To Welcome Tourists
    World News | Associated Press | Wednesday April 27, 2016
    The tourism commission's figures show that around 245,000 Saudis work in the tourism sector. The target is to boost that to 352,000 by 2020 and to see investment in tourism upped by $8 billion to reach nearly $46 billion.
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