Saudi shops imminent?

By Administrator |

According to local press reports the Saudi Arabian Civil Aviation Department (CAD) is preparing its project to establish duty free shops at all international airports in the Kingdom. A report in the Al Watan newspaper

quotes Saad Al Tasaan, the Manager of King Khaled International Airport as saying that the establishment of shops would begin soon with a public bidding process.
The Business can confirm that the CAD has been studying a document outlining the various options it might take for more than a year. These include straight minimum guarantee concessions, management contracts, joint ventures, self operation and other models.

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