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1. 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.
2. business | 09 Nov 2013
» Escalating political uncertainty could sap consumer confidence as the peak tourism season approaches and result in weaker-than-expected travel-related spending via Krungthai Card Plc (KTC) plastic, warns a senior executi...
3. news | 26 Nov 2013
» Twenty-three countries have issued special travel advice urging citizens visiting Thailand to be cautious, but protest leaders insist their actions will not damage tourism and are offering to explain their cause to inter...
4. news | 06 Nov 2013
» Thailand's trade competitiveness is worryingly weak, executive chairman of Bangkok Bank Kosit Panpiemras said on Wednesday.
5. news | 27 Nov 2013
By Kyodo News
» SINGAPORE - Singapore is the only Asian country to make it to the world's top 20 countries in terms of competitiveness in attracting, producing and retaining talent, according to a new index launched by Insead, a Fra...
6. learning | 09 Jul 2012
» Foreign hotel & airport investments leading the way to rising numbers of tourists. 50% jump in tourists during first half of 2012.
7. business | 19 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) foresees growth in the marine tourism sector on the east coast, which it hopes will help the agency promote high-end tourism in Pattaya.
8. learning | 15 Dec 2010
» Figures show tourism has recovered from political turmoil and the global economic crisis. Since tourism accounts for 7% of Thailand's national income and the high season has just arrived, this is good news.
9. news | 07 Dec 2013
» The continuing anti-government protests are hurting the country's tourism industry, Tourism and Sports Minister Somsak Phurisisak said on Saturday.
10. news | 13 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The anti-government protests will not hurt tourism if the situation is kept under control, Tourism Council of Thailand president Piyaman Tejapaibul says.