Bremner, Caroline
September 2005
Brand Strategy;Sep2005, Issue 195, p37
Trade Publication
Discusses results of a research on the global travel and tourism industry by the Euromonitor Research. Effects of economic growth and rising prices on the industry; Threat to the industry; Influx of visitors in Asia Pacific region; Gulf opportunities for hotels; Emergence of online travel agent; Move towards consolidation due to heightened competition in the travel and tourism industry.


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