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Sri Lanka deals with Fliggy to welcome 1,000 Chinese travelers weekly
Tourism Minister was confient that Sri Lanka would achieve the 2.5 million target this year, and achieve 3.5 million arrivals in 2019 provided global tourism outlook remains favourable.
Ad tech, blockchain and travel – a new area for disruption (or not)
Ink Global partners with AdEx Network, selling space on boarding passes for a major airline. Will such decentralized auction for advertising inventory reshape the online advertising landscape?
Shareholders said to discuss potential Didi-Uber deal
Shareholders said to discuss potential deals between companies, executives said to fear partnership may hit negotiating power.
TripAdvisor reaps benefits of Booking.com deal
After TripAdvisor launched instant booking platform which could improve hotels' conversion rate, large OTAs including Booking.com have announced their participation, with a significant jump in the number of leading properties now being available for travellers.
Analysis: Priceline and Expedia trying to figure out what works in China
In the rough and tumble China travel market U.S.-based OTAs are grappling to craft viable long-term strategies while local OTAs like Ctrip are playing hard.
What TripAdvisor’s instant booking means for hotels
TripAdvisor’s new instant booking function is many things, but being instantly understandable isn’t one of them. The technical aspect is straightforward. But the business implications are not.
Expedia, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2012 Results
BELLEVUE, Wash.—October 25, 2012—Expedia, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXPE) today announced financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2012.
We want ten hotels in China by 2010: Jumeirah
Friday, 4 January 2008：Dubai-based Jumeirah hotel group has turned its eye towards the East, and now looks to build 10 hotels in China by the end of 2010.
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