The swap facility is part of a US$1.4 billion assistance package.
Indian tourists now account for the second highest market share.
It will be open on August 5 and 6.
Reduced revenue for MTCC resulted in a net loss of MVR45 million.
Negotiations to extend a 10-year lease broke down.
Dheebaja agreed to halt a lawsuit seeking an enforcement order.
An out-of-court settlement was reached to compensate 203 buyers.
The decision came after warnings from the EU of a fish exports ban.
Four resolutions were submitted to parliament.
Work has already started on five of the 10 hospitals
More than US$90 million paid as resort acquisition fees was stolen.
The arbitration ruling indemnified the Indian developer from any tax liabilities.
Some MVR4.1 billion worth of goods were imported.
There was a spate of tourist deaths by drowning earlier this year.
A 36 percent increase in arrivals was the highest year-over-year growth since 2004.
The AG office asked the civil court to dismiss Dheebaja's lawsuit.
An MoU was signed with China's State Administration for Market Regulation.