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A survey carried out by PKF hotel consultancy services reveals a sharp downturn in the fortunes of the UK hotel industry. As reported in The Observer Online, the hotel industry is often seen as a barometer for the wider leisure industry and the findings suggest that the economic problems facing UK...

Date
17 August 2001
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The editorial for a new hotel guide for the UK claims that tourism has been shamefully neglected by consecutive British governments, at a cost of billions of pounds and thousands of jobs, reports eyefortravel.com.

Date
5 September 2001
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UK Tourism Minister, Dr Kim Howells, has announced a new best practice forum aimed at improving the competitiveness of the tourism, hospitality and leisure industry.

Date
28 September 2001
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The World Travel & Tourism Council is forecasting a 30% decrease in travel and tourism demand worldwide resulting in the loss of 26.4 million jobs across the globe in the entire travel and tourism industry – including airlines, hotels, tour operators, car rental and credit card companies,...

Date
8 October 2001
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Hong Kong hotels are reassessing their promotions strategies to offset the fall in visitors after the attacks of 11 September. All promotions in the USA have currently been suspended. Last year, Hong Kong received almost one million American tourists (7.4 percent of all visitors) who spent HK$4.87...

Date
8 October 2001
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The Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration notes that US hotel room occupancy is up for the first time since the big drop following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Date
9 October 2001
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According to CNN.com, the entire European leisure industry is reeling in the wake of the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington D.C. As moreover.com reports, the attractions that are suffering the most are those that are most dependent on US visitors, such as the Tower of London in the UK,...

Date
6 November 2001
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A British Hospitality Association (BHA) press release describes the formation of the Tourism Alliance, a new industry body established with the aim of supporting and promoting tourism in its representations to government.

Date
6 November 2001
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Club Méditerranée is to close some of its resorts to reduce losses after the US terrorist attacks. The French group says the impact of terrorism will knock up to £18 million off business, already suffering in a slower economic environment, in the last two months of its financial year. Since 12...

Date
6 November 2001
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According to a recent survey conducted by the American Society of Travel Agent (ASTA), travel agents are experiencing significant declines in volume almost two months after the September 11 terrorist attacks, reports Hotel News Resource.

Date
16 November 2001