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193. Executive Appointments at Mvenpick Hotels in Dubai
Executive Appointments at Mvenpick Hotels in Dubai. Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts has made five key appointments to its sales and marketing team at four new properties - Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel, Royal Amwaj Resort & Spa, Oceana Hotel & Spa and the Mvenpick Hotel Deira - in Dubai.
194. Top Duty Free Spenders in Asia Pacific
Top Duty Free Spenders in Asia Pacific. The Visa Travel Smart Survey asked 2,226 travelers from across the Asia Pacific region on their travel spending habits and found that Korean and Chinese travelers spent the most on duty free items on their last trip with an average expenditure of US$358 and US$333 respectively.
195. Visitors Impressed with Museums in Singapore
Visitors Impressed with Museums in Singapore. In 2008, over 6.5 million people visited the museums in Singapore a 26% jump from the year before. Singapore showcases a diversity of museums, each with a focus ranging from arts and culture to science and healthcare. The iconic National Museum of Singapore topped the list of the most visited museum here with 871,800 visitors in 2008.
196. Australians Dominate Phuket Cricket Sixes
Australians Dominate Phuket Cricket Sixes. The Cup final was a competitive, tightly fought affair between former champions, the Corner Tigers from Pakistan, and making their debut in the Cup final, St. Francis Camels from Australia. The Camels put on 56/3 off their allotted overs, Matty again batting with gusto making 33 not out. The Tigers would have been
197. Significant Job Reductions at Qantas
Significant Job Reductions at Qantas. The Qantas Group is to cut 1,500 jobs worldwide in response to the sustained high oil prices and changing economic conditions. In addition to the job cuts, Qantas will not implement its budgeted growth in flying in the 2008/09 financial year and is cancelling plans to hire a further 1,200 people for that growth.
198. Dubai to Kick Off 2008/2009 IRB Sevens World Series
Dubai prepares to launch 2008/2009 IRB Sevens World Series. The Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens is to once again launch the IRB Sevens World Series. Earlier this week, the International Rugby Board (IRB) confirmed the dates of the eight international tournaments to form the 2008/09 IRB Sevens World Series, which marks the 10-year anniversary of Rugby's highly successful and pop
199. Etihad Airways Sponsors Taxis in Manchester
Etihad Airways Sponsors Taxis in Manchester. Etihad Airways has unveiled 12 hackney carriage Manchester taxis in its unique black and gold livery. The taxi sponsorship was unveiled at Manchester City FCs stadium with club mascots, Moonchester and Moonbeam joining in the fun.
200. Mira Hotel Opens in Hong Kong
Mira Hotel Opens in Hong Kong. The Mira Hong Kong celebrated its Grand Opening on Thursday. Centrally located on Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, the 492-room Mira Hong Kong is close to the local Mass Transit Railway and the Star Ferry.

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