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How are Airbnb and Thailand Government Savings Bank working together?

Andrew J. Wood - eTN Thailand Andrew J. Wood - eTN Thailand- May 18, 2019 01:22

Airbnb, a community-driven hospitality company, and the Government Savings Bank, Thailand’s 105-year-old state-owned bank, today announced an official strategic partnership to help promote and empower Thai hospitality entrepreneurs — starting ... Read More

New Cambria hotels planned for Detroit and Portland, Maine

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- March 22, 2019 00:20

Choice Hotels International, Inc. inked agreements with Koucar Management to develop new Cambria hotels in Detroit and Portland, Maine. The upscale hotels are slated to open in 2020 and 2021, ... Read More

First Home Loan and tips to get it

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- December 13, 2018 18:07

It is very satisfying to own a new home however it becomes really difficult to do so if the funds are not sufficient at the right time. There is however ... Read More

Corinthia Hotels’ diverse CSR initiatives in 2018 have positive impact on sustainable tourism 

editor editor- December 6, 2018 13:04

During 2018, some 762 pupils and 14 teachers at Buwambo Primary School in Uganda have Corinthia Hotels to thank for clean, safe water. Read More

Uganda CAA takes issue with loans for expansion

editor editor- February 19, 2010 01:38

The Uganda Civil Aviation Authority was made to appear before the parliamentary public accounts committee to be subjected to scrutiny over the work scope, the expansion, and modernization of Entebbe ... Read More

Tokyo is poised to back loans to keep JAL flying

editor editor- December 7, 2009 04:02

The Japanese government is to guarantee 700bn yen ($7.7bn; £4.7bn) in loans and other funds from financial bodies to keep Japan Airlines going, reports say. Read More

Spain to give EUR600M to its ailing airline industry

editor editor- October 19, 2009 06:12

MADRID - Spain's government Friday said it had approved up to EUR600 million in loans for the country's ailing commercial airline industry. Read More

Berlusconi: Italian tourism sector to get 1.4 bln euros from the banks

editor editor- June 1, 2009 03:01

ROME - Italian banks will offer up to 1.4 billion euros ($1.96 billion) in low-interest loans to the tourism sector as a result of an agreement with the government, Prime ... Read More

France eyes airline stimulus plan

editor editor- January 27, 2009 03:17

The French government is preparing to tell banks to lend 5bn euros ($6.5bn: £4.68bn) to airlines to help them with aircraft purchases, reports say. Read More

Argentina offers no-interest loans to boost tourism

editor editor- December 12, 2008 07:26

BUENOS AIRES - President Cristina Fernandez on Thursday unveiled a plan of no-interest loans to boost domestic tourism, the latest part of a stimulus package to help Argentina weather the ... Read More

Banks want airline ticket sales, planes as collateral

editor editor- October 24, 2008 02:20

Mumbai / New Delhi - Worried about the financial condition of loss-making airlines in India, commercial banks are asking cash-strapped carriers to pledge future ticket sales, company shares and aircra Read More

Tourism Bureau sets up bailout for travel agencies

editor editor- October 12, 2008 08:36

The Tourism Bureau announced earlier this week that it was planning to provide loans to struggling travel agencies that have been hit hard by the economic downturn. Read More

Philippine airline Cebu says IPO off, will take out loans

editor editor- July 31, 2008 02:39

MANILA - Cebu Pacific, the Philippines' second-biggest airline, shelved plans for an IPO and will meet its financing requirements through loans and internally generated funds, its president said on Th Read More