HOTELS IN SINGAPORE BENEFIT FROM THE HONG KONG CRISIS

Samuel Dorsi -
The continuing protests in the Chinese metropolis frighten many business travelers. As a result, the hotels in Singapore benefit from the Hong Kong crisis by receiving more guests. ...

BREXIT: THE IMPACT ON EU TOURISM

Ashley Nault -
The British Parliament's vote on the Brexit agreement negotiated by Theresa May's government with Brussels was due to take place on 11 December and has been postponed. If this draft is rejected by MEP...

A JOINT COMMUNICATION OF UNWTO, WTO, ITC AND WTTC

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO ), the World Trade Organization (WTO), the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), and the International Trade Centre (ITC) have issued the joint communication "To...

NUMBER OF VISITORS BEATS RECORDS IN NYC

Wayne M. Gore -
The number of visitors in New York City exceeded all expectations last year, despite concerns about the presidential election of Donald Trump....

CRIMEAN TOURISM AIMING FOR ABSOLUTE POST-SOVIET RECORD

Joe McClain -
Despite the skeptical predictions during the spring and certain infrastructural problems, the Crimean tourism industry showed very good results in the high tourist season of 2015....
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