Resorts sector maps out new strategies


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  • Monday, 31 Mar 2003

LIFE goes on for many Malaysian businesses despite the war in Iraq. While there are fewer foreign tourist arrivals, the resorts business is taking it in its stride and is making plans to counter the negative impact. 

The Datai Langkawi general manager Jamie Case said it was difficult to project the outlook of the resorts business for 2003 as a great deal depended on the war in Iraq. 

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