Getreal on the road to recovery

Lo Bue-Said, Julia
January 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);1/30/2009, p31
Trade Publication
In this article the author discusses the economic aspects of the travel industry in Great Britain. She notes the report of analyst Plimsoll revealing the largest travel retailer as danger business with increasing debt, losses and decreasing profit. It notes that buying people has the degree of confidence in their long term financial stability. It suggests travel agents to trail the wealth of activity and enhanced terms secured by the consortium during the downturn.


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