Thailand’s tourism industry shows few signs of recovery this year, as political strife remains a key risk for the sector weakened by the latest clash between the People’s Alliance for Democracy and local residents in Si Sa Ket near the disputed Preah Vihear temple. Foreign visitors to Thailand are likely to fall below 10m this year, said Surapol Sritrakul, president of the Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA). (Bangkok Post)
Tourism outlook remains bleak
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