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Islands dispute with China may hurt Japanese tourism recovery

The recent purchase of the Diaoyu Islands by the Japanese government has cast a shadow over the nation's recovering tourism industry.

Number of visitors to Japan exceeds pre-disaster level

The number of visitors to Japan has, for the first time since the earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011, exceeded the pre-disaster level.

Tunisia is calm and prices are low, but where are the...

At first glance, the russet-brown ruins on a hill beside the Gulf of Tunis do not look like remarkable monuments to human resilience.

Tourism news: Fresh troubles halt tourism recovery in Madagascar

(eTN) - The outbreak of more violence and persistent rumors over a "coup d’ etat" last week by sections of the armed forces have caused outright dismay in Madagascar’s tourism fraternity, as bad n

Egyptian Resorts CEO: Tourism recovery to boost land sales

Egyptian Resorts Co., the second- biggest publicly traded Red Sea resort developer, expects a recovery in tourism to boost sales of land in its Sahl Hasheesh project in 2011, Chief Executive Officer M

Four years after Katrina and still counting – ruins…

This week marks four years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast.

eTN Inbox: Outlook for tourism to Thailand

I know most of you would like to get an update of what happened in Thailand during the airport closure and how we have recovered from this unprecedented crisis.

Watching Bali’s number

In an op-ed piece published in the Bali Post, a tourism commentator, who writes under the name "Gregorius," has called on Bali to pay more attention to the collection and analysis of tourism data. What follows is a free translation of Gregorius' comments from the Saturday, January 26, 2008, edition of the Bali Post: