Race to the Finish

Epstein, Gady A.
July 2008
Forbes Asia;7/21/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p52
The article focuses on the tour packages for Beijing Olympic 2008 in China. Yale School of Management program offers four days of business mixed with pleasure for company chieftains from August 9, 2008 for $32,395 a couple. Abercrombie & Kent and Imperial Tours offer access to closed parts of the Forbidden City on private walkabouts that will cost at least $2,000 per tour for a group of up to ten people during the Olympics. Many other options are available by prearrangement.


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