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11. learning | 05 Nov 2010
» Medical tourism could draw doctors out of an already struggling public health care system and endanger its very existence.
12. business | 22 Nov 2013
TOURISM & AVIATION
» In light of the continued slow growth in GDP, tourism is only sector that can contribute to economic expansion next year, despite concerns over political instability, said the Tourism Council of Thailand.
13. business | 21 Nov 2013
» The Tourism Council of Thailand predicts an 8% jump in the number of foreign tourists next year, from 26.6 million in 2013 to 28 million.
14. learning | 28 Jan 2013
» China, Malaysia, Russia, Japan, Korea, UK & Germany top visitor list. Year free of things that hurt tourism: street protests, floods, bird flu scares, tsunamis....
15. news | 18 Oct 2013
By Kyodo News
» The Japan Tourism Authority is planning to use location data for mobile phone users to track the movements of tourists in what it says is a project to discover popular spots and develop tourism resources, dismissing priv...
16. business | 13 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The simmering political strife has yet to affect tourism adversely, and 26.2 million foreign tourist arrivals are still expected this year, says the Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT).
17. news | 05 Nov 2013
» The private sector is concerned that tourism and investment could be affected if the anti-amnesty bill rallies are prolonged, Korbsak Phutrakul, an executive vice president of Bangkok Bank Plc (BBL), said on Tuesday.
18. learning | 21 Nov 2011
» Tourism industry losses mount as peak season in December approaches. 25 billion in losses if floods continue through December, 15 billion if not.
19. learning | 22 Nov 2010
» Thailand's hotel industry hasn't been the same since the global economic crisis struck in 2008. Discounts to win long-term customers in the new tourism markets of Russia, India, China and the Middle East may be t...
20. opinion | 19 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Watch out what you wish for. From trash-strewn trekking paths in Nepal to drunken visitors on the beaches of Bali, nations across the Asia and Pacific region have found that the impact of tourism has not been uniformly p...