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Las Vegas ranks among the world’s top brands. Its reputation stands on its image and the tourism services it provides to 41 million annual visitors in the form of world-class resort hotels with gambling, entertainment, shopping, fine dining, and luxury spas.
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A new inter-ministerial group will be formed to co-ordinate and align action across government to ensure that we have the right infrastructure in place to make it easy for visitors to discover the best of what this country has to offer. The group, headed by the Culture Secretary John Whittingdale, and including ministers from across government, including the Department for Communities and Local Government, BIS, DEFRA, Home Office, and the...
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Australia’s visitor visa processing times are the same, or better than our key competitors. Seven out of ten applications are finalised in five working days or less; Nine out of ten applications are finalised in ten working days or less.
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New research identifies six hot spots – India, China, Colombia, Mexico, Singapore and Australia — where increased business travel demand is driving significant air price increases. This is despite global air travel prices displaying signs that they will be essentially flat in 2016.
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If you think you've noticed more Chinese tourists in your city lately, you're not mistaken. According to recent survey, Chinese travelers continue to take the world by storm, up 20 percent to 107 million in 20141. They're also younger, more independent-minded, tech-savvy -- and increasingly cashed-up.
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Liberty Interactive Corp, a spinoff of media giant Liberty Media, has engaged Guggenheim Partners to sellBackCountry.com, said two sources close to the situation. BackCountry.com is a Park City, Utah-based online outdoor commerce company, and generates USD 400m in revenue and a 25% profit margin, said those sources. Under Liberty Interactive’s stewardship, it acquired Bergfreunde, which expanded its presence in seven European count...
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As the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative continues to create opportunities for export-oriented Chinese enterprises, Li Zuojun, Vice President and Researcher of the Resource and Environmental Policies Research Institute at the State Council Development Research Center, has analyzed the opportunities facing the transport, infrastructure construction, tourism, trading, financial, energy and eco-agriculture industries. Per his analysis, he raises six...
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Li Guoqiang, Deputy Director of the Institute of Chinese Borderland Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, delivered a keynote speech in Macau on 24 June 2015, where he outlined the four main advantages that make Macau an integral part of the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative.
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Quanzhou and Xi’an jointly signed the Framework Agreement Regarding Joined Efforts in Supporting the One Belt One Road Initiative on 22 May 2015. The two municipalities, as the two beginning cities of the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Maritime Silk Road respectively, will ramp up cooperation in a multitude of areas.
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For more than three decades, Sri Lanka's progress had been hampered by the civilian conflict between the Sinhala majority and the Tamil minority. The conflict erupted into full-fledged war when the terrorist group Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), claiming to represent the minority population, took up arms against the state. The LTTE was finally defeated in 2009 under then-President Mahinda Rajapaksa's leadership.