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  1. UK Cross-Government Food Research And Innovation Strategy 2030

    This Strategy provides, for the first time, an overarching government framework for food research and innovation across the UK. 1 Current programmes are placed within the context of broader policy goals and research challenges. Highlighted throughout are examples of past successes, good practice and where joint working is already strong, on specific research and on cross-cutting issues. However, the Strategy also recognises the need for further commitment to co-ordination and sets out how this will be pursued.

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  2. Jordan National Tourism Strategy 2011-2015

    The National Tourism Strategy (NTS) 2011-2015 builds upon the significant achievements made since the launch of the original strategy (2004-2010), during which Jordan firmly strengthened its reputation as a destination of choice for both visitors and investors. Managing this success into the future now poses new challenges for all stakeholders in the industry in terms of sustaining momentum and progress, positioning Jordan as a high quality destination and raising industry competitiveness to the level required to underpin long-term sustainable growth. It has been agreed that the new National Tourism Strategy 2011-2015 will be private sector-led with public sector partnership, and the strategy responds to the new realities of the industry at the local and global levels. Defined implementation activities and ambitious growth targets have been agreed on, and the crosscutting themes of competitiveness and sustainability are integrated to maximize the contribution tourism can make to economic and social development in Jordan, while contributing to business success and sustaining natural and cultural assets.

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