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Turkey plans to welcome 70 million tourists with $70 billion tourism revenue

6 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The Turkish Culture and Tourism minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy announced the “70 million tourists with $70 billion revenue” programme to meet the 2023 target.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has launched new regulations and strategies to increase visitor number and revenue from tourism of Turkey.
Ersoy said that the ministry is working to end the ‘season' concept in tourism.
The vocational schools for tourism and hospitality sector will be active and effective year around. The concept of ‘seasonal tourism' is ending, employees will work year around.
The government of Turkey will fund the...
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