Asia-Pacific Luxury Travel Market surges past Europe

Post by Richard Butler | 21 May 2016 | European observers have been surprised to see the great leap in the travel market in the Asia-Pacific region within the last few years.  They will see a much greater increase in its growth in the coming years too, as revealed …

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Why Vanuatu is a must-visit for every foodie

By Annie Dang, Travel writer, Source: Dailylife.com.au Vanuatu’s largest city and capital may be known for its beautiful deserted beaches, waterfall abseiling and cultural villages, but what about food? Port Vila’s growing culinary scene is made up of a mix of Asian, French and Melanesian influences and it’s attracting …

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Vanuatu Venture Invitation !

Venture into Vanuatu When contemplating a holiday, east coast Australians can feel restricted due to the long distance from most holiday hotspots. And yet too often, holidaymakers overlook their South Pacific neighbours, viewing them as ‘fly and flop’ type destinations, with little else besides a pretty beach and …

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Vanuatu bolsters cooperation with Vietnam

Vanuatu PM desires closer bonds with Vietnam The Republic of Vanuatu is eager to bolster cooperation with Vietnam in agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, trade and tourism, Prime Minister Joe Natuman told his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Tan Dung at their talks in Hanoi on October 6. PM Dung said …

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Vanuatu economy boosts by $31 million per year!

Cruise boosts Vanuatu economy 3 September 2014 Rebecca Gibson Cruise tourism injected AUS$34 million into the local economy of Pacific island Vanuatu in 2013, according to a new economic impact study. Jointly funded by cruise operator Carnival Australia, the Australian government, and World Bank Group member IFC, the Assessment …

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Vanuatu Tok Tok kicks off

Tok Tok kicks off with record crowds 29 August, 2014 Hannah Edensor Tok Tok Vanuatu 2014 has broken records for attendance as the first day of the tourism and trade event began yesterday. The event, in its 11th year, has attracted over 70 wholesalers and media guests from around …

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Vanuatu, China pledge to boost cooperation

China, Vanuatu pledge to boost cooperation Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister of Vanuatu Joe Natuman met in Nanjing on Sunday, pledging to boost bilateral cooperation. Hailing Natuman as an old friend of the Chinese people, Xi said the Vanua’aku Party, of which Natuman is a founding …

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Vanuatu, a Fast growing economy in the Pacific?

Vanuatu, a Fast growing economy

Fast growth in the Pacific is possible – look at Vanuatu Stephen Howes and Nikunj Soni1 The importance of Vanuatu’s growth – dispelling the myth that Pacific island economies cannot grow View full report PDF Growth in Vanuatu has accelerated in recent years. This paper argues that Vanuatu’s …

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Vanuatu businessman shares his history in running a local port Vila business

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Investing in people and building a business in Vanuatu By Bernie Cain on August 7, 2014 I run a business in Vanuatu called Vila Refrigeration. We are an air conditioning and refrigeration company that supplies and installs new equipment and also undertakes maintenance and repair work. Our staff requirement is for personnel who …

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Vanuatu ‘s tourism growth with existing airport

Vanuatu needs to grow tourism with existing airport Aug 06, 2014 Vanuatu needs to grow tourism with its existing facility which is quite possible. There’s quite a lot of potential growth in tourist arrivals without a new international airport. This is what was stated by the Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce Tourism …

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