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Vietnam Set To Cool Down Property Market

Category: Real estate, Posted:23 Jun 2010 | 06:00 am

With mounting worries back of the overheated domestic property market the Vietnamese Government is taking steps to maintain a strict monetary policy until 2011 as it plans to tighten up bank financing and consumer credit.
While many experts saw 2007 as a boom period, currency devaluation and hyperinflation hit the local property market in 2008-2009.
This year the real estate sector has been ramping up, stricter controls are being implemented by the State Bank on Vietnam to ensure sustainable growth.

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Thailand’s Sandbox Is Not A Quarantine

Category: Tourism, Posted:12 Jun 2021 | 10:45 am As we are 19 days away from Thailand’s Sandbox tourism reopening in Phuket, there continues to be a misunderstanding of the overall rules and the term quarantine is incorrectly used. Quarantine by definition is isolation, whereby Sandbox travelers will be able to move throughout their hotel, visit beaches, restaurants, shops etc. Remember Phuket is about […]
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C9 Hotelworks Releases New Krabi Report

Category: Hotels, Posted:07 Jun 2021 | 06:00 am Comparing major Southern Thai resort destinations, Krabi is one that historically balances well between the international and domestic markets. In the new Krabi Hotel Market Update from C9 Hotelworks, we take a look back at pre-Covid trading to examine from what point hoteliers hope tourism will upcycle towards recovery and what will the trends be. […]
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SHA Plus Program In Focus

Category: Hotels, Posted:06 Jun 2021 | 13:17 pm A key part of the upcoming Phuket Sandbox reopening process is the requirement for incoming international travelers to stay in an SHA Plus hotel for 14 days, or shorter if only visiting the island. Those who want to travel onward to other destinations in Thailand can proceed after a 14-day period. As travelers are scrambling […]