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Fallout may hit tourism

Travel agents call for peaceful end to strife

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The political conflict may affect the Thai tourism industry if the situation prolongs until the first quarter of next year. 

So far, no cancellations of air tickets and hotels have been reported among tourists heading to Bangkok and areas with major attractions.

After anti-government protesters put more pressure on the government by marching to 13 places in Bangkok and occupying the Finance Ministry on Monday, the Association of Thailand Travel Agents (ATTA) expressed its worries about the situation and called for a peaceful end to the political problems soon.

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