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eTurboNews Group: weekly summary 21-27 April 2007

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weekly summary 21-27 April 2007


  • 23 April 2007
  • Frankfurt’s IMEX breaks own record, commits to ‘green’ and quality
  • Middle East grows at an ‘extraordinary’ pace
  • Australia to assess vulnerability of its tourism sector to climate changes
  • Maldives to embark on massive tourism development
  • Qantara East reveals lava remains

  • 24 April 2007
  • Israel and Palestine 'work together'
  • Egypt keen on learning about conversion of forts and palaces into heritage hotels from India
  • NZ to build on potential of China as source market, signs new airline code-sharing agreement
  • Tourism meets terrorism in Morocco
  • Philippines maps out ‘Super Tourism Region’ 

  • 25 April 2007
  • Eco-tourism in Tibet
  • Shanghai double wins for China tourism
  • Greece still carries torch for 2004 Olympics
  • Blanket US immunity law sought by space tourist industry
  • Support pours in for Solomon Islands

  • 26 April 2007
  • Airline is first to tap women's travel market
  • Research gives new light on Mount Kilimanjaro snows
  • Jordan goes after Europeans
  • WTTC: Do we deliver on our promises?
  • Book highlights Oman as a destination

  • 27 April 2007
  • Race on for first women’s only destination
  • Solomon Islands assess loss from tsunami
  • Australia grants additional landing rights to stimulate tourism
  • Kenya gets ready to receive more tourists
  • Montenegro ‘steals’ tourists from Croatia

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