Time to revive travel and tourism in Pacific Asia


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  • Sunday, 08 Jun 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: The time for Pacific Asia travel and tourism to recover has arrived, Pacific Asia Travel Association (Pata) president and CEO, Peter de Jong said. 

“Most World Health Organisation travel advisories have been lifted, the post-war plans for Iraq appear to be on course and the travel and tourism industry is signalling its confidence to move forward once more. Now is the time to rebuild,” he added. 

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