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105. Best Western Partners World Vision
Best Western Partners World Vision. Best Western International has entered into an agreement with World Vision, a leading global relief organization, to use its extensive hotel network throughout Asia to raise funds to improve the lives of underprivileged children.
106. Shangri-La Opens Traders Hotel in Abu Dhabi
Shangri-La Opens Traders Hotel in Abu Dhabi. The Traders Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi, opened its doors on Saturday. The hotel, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts' second Traders hotel in the Middle East, brings the groups total number of hotels in the region to five. The new hotel is preceded in Abu Dhabi by Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi which opened in August 2007.
107. Aston to Open Resort on Natsepa Beach, Ambon
Aston to Open Resort on Natsepa Beach, Ambon. Located on the pristine and popular Natsepa beach, the Aston Natsepa Ambon Resort & Spa will be the first internationally managed 4 star resort in Ambon. The hotel offers 96 deluxe rooms and suites all with large private balconies and breathtaking ocean views.
108. Singapore the Top International Meeting City
Singapore the Top International Meeting City. Singapore hosted 637 meetings last year that met UIAs qualifying criteria, representing a significant 36% growth over 2007. Notable meetings include the International Thalassaemia Conference 2008, ISNCC 15th International Conference on Cancer Nursing 2008, the Asia Petrochemical Industry Conference and the IEEE Electronics Packaging Te
109. MasterCard Consumer Saving Survey: Market Highlights - Middle East and Africa
MasterCard Consumer Saving Survey: Market Highlights - Middle East and Africa. At the other end of the spectrum, Egypt has the highest percentage of consumers planning to save less at 63%. In Egypt and Taiwan (39%), the majority of the consumers are looking to save less. The majority of consumers in the rest of the markets intend to maintain their level of savings.
110. IATA Reports June 2009 Global Airline Traffic
IATA Reports June 2009 Global Airline Traffic. International scheduled traffic results for June 2009 show passenger demand declining 7.2% compared to the same month in the previous year while freight demand was down 16.5%. The figures, compiled by IATA, show international passenger load factors stood at 75.3%, down from 77.6% recorded in June 2008.
111. MasterCard Consumer Saving Survey: Market Highlights - Asia Pacific
MasterCard Consumer Saving Survey: Market Highlights - Asia Pacific. In 8 of the 21 markets surveyed across the region, a majority of consumers are looking to save more in the coming six months. As the Market Highlights from Asia Pacific and the Market Highlights from the Middle East and South Africa are so detailed we have devoted a whole page to each.
112. Boeing World Air Cargo Forecast
Boeing World Air Cargo Forecast. World air cargo traffic will expand at a 5.9% annual rate over the next two decades, with worldwide air freight traffic expected to triple through 2029, according to the Boeing World Air Cargo Forecast 2010/2011. Boeing released the biennial forecast, which is widely cited by airlines and industry groups, at the International Air Cargo Forum and Exh

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