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Travel’s dynamic changes – A personal perspective

Travel’s dynamic changes – A personal perspective

by Andrew J Wood – President SKÅL International Bangkok With the dramatic announcement of the sale of retail travel giant Thomas Cook following the loss of £1.5 billion brings the blight of the travel agent community into the news once more. Last week Wall Street bank Citigroup advised investors to ...

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Macau should go upmarket in sourcing tourists: Daisy Ho

Macau should go upmarket in sourcing tourists: Daisy Ho

Macau should go upmarket in sourcing tourists: Daisy Ho May 21, 2019 Newsdesk G2E Asia 2019, Latest News Macau ne to move upmarket and increase the length of stay of visitors, said Daisy Ho Chiu Fung (pictured), chairman and executive director of Macau casino operator SJM Holdings Ltd in her ...

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Tourism Vehicle Rental Market Report – CAGR Status, Market Growth, Trends, Analysis and Forecasts (2018 – 2023)

Tourism Vehicle Rental Market Report – CAGR Status, Market Growth, Trends, Analysis and Forecasts (2018 – 2023)

Latest Report Titled On:- Global Tourism Vehicle Rental Market – Growth, Trends and Forecast (2018 – 2023) “Tourism Vehicle Rental Market” report looks into the current market trends related to the demand, supply, and sales with respect to recent developments. Tourism Vehicle Rental market report covers the market drivers, restraints, and opportunities ...

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Wellness genie: wellness tourism

Wellness genie: wellness tourism

The incidence of lifestyle-related chronic diseases has been on a sharp rise around the world. Getting away from a stress-free environment and daily chaotic routine has made the wellness tourism industry one of the most vibrant businesses around the world. It is estimated that the wellness tourism industry generated $563.2 ...

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Call to prioritise infrastructure development

Call to prioritise infrastructure development

Due to poor connectivity, even tourists from India and China are staying away Kathmandu, May 24 Tourism stakeholders have urged the government to prioritise tourism infrastructure development in the budget for the next fiscal year. Despite its historical, cultural and natural attractions, Nepal is still struggling to attract a large ...

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Stability benefits Xinjiang tourism, business

Stability benefits Xinjiang tourism, business

Villagers use mobile stalls to sell food, beverage and other products in Tagelake village, Wensu county, Aksu. Photo: Yang Ruoyu/GT The simultaneous kickoff of the cultural and tourism festival and the 2019 Taklimakan Rally in Jinlan square of Aksu Prefecture, Northwest China‘s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region has been a boon ...

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Zagreb County a Hit with Tourists

Zagreb County a Hit with Tourists

After the record tourist results in 2018, Zagreb County continues with positive trends in the tourist sector, as the number of tourists continues to increase. Thus, in the first four months of this year, Zagreb County recorded as much as 15 per cent more overnight stays and 14 per cent ...

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Travel and Tourism Market Strategic Analysis 2022 by Global Top KeyPlayers -TCS World Travel, DuVine, Gray & Co, Air BnB, Crown Ltd., Accor Group, Balkan Holidays Ltd, G Adventures, Fred Harvey Company

Travel and Tourism Market Strategic Analysis 2022 by Global Top KeyPlayers -TCS World Travel, DuVine, Gray & Co, Air BnB, Crown Ltd., Accor Group, Balkan Holidays Ltd, G Adventures, Fred Harvey Company

Travel and Tourism Market The ‘Global and Chinese Travel and Tourism Industry, 2012-2022 Market Research Report’ is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Travel and Tourism industry with a focus on the Chinese market. The report provides key statistics on the market status of ...

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Expect a U-shape for China’s current account | Opinion

Expect a U-shape for China's current account | Opinion

China’s current-account surplus is back in the spotlight amid the US quest to reduce its bilateral trade deficit with the Asian country. However, the reality is that China’s current-account surplus has dropped significantly from its peak during the 2007-08 global financial crisis. From China’s perspective, a narrower current-account balance may ...

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