Investment pours into Iranian tourist isle
Teheran, Iran – 14 November 2016
Iranian investors are pouring money into Kish island in the Gulf, hoping its white sand beaches, coral reefs and more relaxed Islamic rules could make it a major tourism destination.
From the pristine beaches of Kish, it is only 200 kilometres across the water to Dubai – and it is the booming city state’s tens of thousands of wealthy expats that the investors are hoping to lure, Agence France-Presse reported.
Even though Islamic rules are less strict on Kish, they are still in force – creating a major obstacle for investors hoping … Read More