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January 31, 2012

Slowdown in Global Arrivals in 2012 as Euro-zone Faces Decline

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Due to its high dependence on intra-regional travel, many Euro-zone countries are set for a fall in 2012 as austerity measures and on-going economic uncertainty take their toll, with demand from key European source markets weakening. 


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