Apr 29 2012
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SCTA to speed up Saudization
He stressed opportunities would be created in tourism companies and organizations across the Kingdom. "SCTA is striving to make the tourism sector powerful as well as to tap its potential by generating employment opportunities for young Saudi jobseekers," he said.
Prince Sultan, who is also chairman of the Consultative Council of the Tourism and Antiquities College under King Saud University ( KSU ), made the remarks while presiding over the council's meeting at the university's conference hall. Several prominent figures, including KSU President Abdullah Al-Othman and Deputy Minister of Civil Service Abdul Rahman Al-Abdul Qader attended the meeting.
Said Al-Saeed, secretary-general of the council, said that the meeting approved plans to build independent buildings for the college, and the antiquities museum in the university campus. It also approved the strategic plan for the college and endorsed a memorandum of cooperation between the college and the National Tourism Committee at the Council of Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
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