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Asia Travel Tips: Eat, Meet and a Dusty Street
I cover nine markets in my role at Criteo—Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam—so I am constantly traveling, almost every week, to some place or another. Favorite hotel? I enjoyed the Alila Diwa …
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Friends Who Travel Together Form Closer Bonds And Have Better Experiences
Nobody could ever take those away. So, if you're able to convince your friends to pack their bags and start a new chapter across the seas, keep them close: The friends who travel with you will be some of the greatest friends you could possibly ever ask …
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How a Chinese travel rule spooked luxury investors
Restrictions on mainland Chinese visitors to Hong Kong have caught Wall Street's attention, with worries growing that the rules could hurt luxury merchants. A pedestrian walks past a Tiffany & Co. store on Canton Road in the Tsim. Brent Lewin …
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