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121. New Research from LogicaCMG highlights Continued Optimism over Biometrics
New Research from LogicaCMG highlights Continued Optimism over Biometrics. The region has witnessed a number of major announcements regarding biometric technology in recent months, with the launch of the first biometric-enabled ATMs in the UAE, as well as the news that biometrics will be deployed as part of the allocation of visas to travel to the UK for GCC residents. A number of
122. Intelligent Spas Releases New Spa Industry Research for Australia
Intelligent Spas Releases New Spa Industry Research for Australia.
123. New Research from Aviva Shows Many Holidaymakers Under-Insured
New Research from Aviva Shows Many Holidaymakers Under-Insured. According to the results of a new survey released today by Aviva, Singaporean holidaymakers are under-insured and startlingly unaware of the benefits of travel insurance. The study showed that over half (51%) of travellers go on holiday with no insurance whatsoever on a regular basis, despite high levels (71%) experien
124. Two New Corporate Affiliates for Cornell's Centre for Hospitality Research
Two New Corporate Affiliates for Cornell's Centre for Hospitality Research.
125. Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels Releases The Hotel Ownership Pendulum in Motion Research Paper
Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels Releases The Hotel Ownership Pendulum in Motion Research Paper.
126. Hahn Air Appoints Mathieu Montmessin as EVP Research & Development
Hahn Air has appointed Mathieu Montmessin as Executive Vice President Research & Development. The new department has been created to analyse new technologies, foster innovation and broaden Hahn Airs product portfolio by generating new revenue streams and sales channels.
127. Tourism and Property Investment Surge Drives Phuket's Economy to New Highs
Tourism and Property Investment Surge Drives Phuket's Economy to New Highs. Tourist arrivals in Phuket reached 4.7 million in 2006, which in turn produced tourism-related spending of US$1.7 billion, up 87% from 2005, according to research from the Kasikorn Banks Research Centre. This year Phuket is predicted to welcome 5.2 million tourists who will spend US$2 billion during their
128. International Travellers Spending More in Australia
International Travellers Spending More in Australia. New research released by Tourism Research Australia reveals international travellers are spending more during their visits to Australia. In the year ending June 2008, spending by international visitors in Australia increased 9% to $16 billion, primarily driven by the growth in Chinese, Malaysian and Indian markets.

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