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Tourism revenues increase by 13.6% during first half of 2014

By Petra - Jul 15,2014 - Last updated at Jul 15,2014

AMMAN — Tourism revenues went up by 13.6 per cent during the first half of this year to around $2.3 billion from $2 billion generated during the same period of 2013. According to the Central Bank of Jordan, the rise is attributed to higher income derived from religious and medical tourism. 

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