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Indonesia targets 1mn arrivals from India in 2024; records 610,000 visitors last year

Indonesia targets 1mn arrivals from India in 2024; records 610,000 visitors last year

Indonesia recorded 610,000 visitors from India in 2023, and the country is keen to close 2024 with 1 million arrivals, said Ni Made Ayu Marthini, Deputy Minister for Marketing, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy

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ATTA explores partnerships with trade bodies in India to boost tourism to Africa

ATTA explores partnerships with trade bodies in India to boost tourism to Africa

The African Travel and Tourism Association (ATTA) are keen to engage with stakeholders in the Indian market, and explore partnerships to drive tourism to Africa. ATTA is a non-profit association promoting tourism to Africa &

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T&T forecast to cross EUR 1.4trn contribution to economy by 2023; WTTC issues Call for Action

T&T forecast to cross EUR 1.4trn contribution to economy by 2023; WTTC issues Call for Action

In a decisive move to shape the future of the Travel & Tourism sector, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has issued a ‘Call to Action’, urging EU stakeholders to support a sector that

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Japan slides into recession, loses third-largest economy status

Japan slides into recession, loses third-largest economy status

In a surprising turn of events, Japan's economy has slipped into recession for the second consecutive quarter, fuelled by sluggish domestic demand. This downturn has led to the re-evaluation of Japan's global economic standing, causing

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Bhutan Supports MICE Sector by Waiving Sustainable Development Fee

Bhutan Supports MICE Sector by Waiving Sustainable Development Fee

Bhutan's Department of Tourism has introduced a new initiative to boost the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE) sector by waiving the Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) for MICE events. This move is aimed at strengthening

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China relaxes visa norms for business, education & tourism

China relaxes visa norms for business, education & tourism

In an effort to revitalise a sluggish economy, the Chinese government will be relaxing certain visa requirements, aiming to facilitate smoother travel experiences for foreigners engaging in business, education, and tourism activities. According to a

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