Boom for conflict regions

November 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);11/6/2009, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents views of various senior executives from the tourism industry on the future of travel and tourism in the next three decades. Car-hire broker Holiday Autos managing director Stuart Nassos says that the biggest proportion of travellers will be from Russia, India, China and Brazil in the next 30 years. American Society of Travel Agents chief executive Bill Maloney says that places such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and Cuba will emerge as travel destinations.


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