New Dreams From the World Of Suzie Wong

Flannery, Russell
October 2009
Forbes Asia;10/5/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 15, p138
The article focuses on the Luk Kwok Hotel in Hong Kong, China, and the impact of global economic slowdown and the swine flu scare on the country's hotel industry. It discusses the future plans of general manager James Li to revive the hotel. It is stated that the tourists visiting the country was reduced to 13.7 million, which is a decline of 3.4 percent. The industry leaders are of the view that it requires a revival plan, broader vision and more aggressiveness to improve the hospitality industry.


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