December 2011
CruiseGuide;12/19/2011, p1
The article offers global news briefs related to cruise destinations. Investors expect London, England's luxury hotel market to exist as a high-end properties in the city despite a weak economy. Various groups which support looser policies on travel to Cuba have called the Congress to disapprove a bill that would restore stringent limits on travel into the country. Mobile phone operators in Asia are moving away to offer unlimited data plans in an effort to increase revenue.


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