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Interesting article. It is very unfortunate that over the last years, the travel industry has had to tackle terrorism, SARS, tsunamis, bird flu, swine flu, as well as first ever real global economic depression. Through all of it the industry has proven to be robust, resilient in addition to dynamic, discovering new ways to deal with adversity. There are constantly fresh issues and the opportunity to which the field must all over again adapt and behave.
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02/17/2013 at 10:46 AM
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