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Sailing past the pandemic: Norwegian Cruise Line’s outlook for 2023

Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Norwegian Prima. Video / Supplied One cruise line heading back to New Zealand is sailing out of the pandemic and into record demand as the industry gears up for a strong summer recovery. Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is still being buffeted by some other geopolitical events – including the …

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Augmented Reality (AR) in Travel and Tourism Market Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies And Forecast up to 2027

New Growth report titled as Augmented Reality (AR) in Travel and Tourism Market Size by Application (Private , Commercial , ,By Region , North America , U.S. , Canada , Europe , Germany , France , U.K. , Italy , Russia , Nordic , Rest of Europe , Asia-Pacific , China , Japan , South …

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Retailers Lower Imports Forecast Citing Inflation and Interest Rates

Retailers now see monthly declines in imports for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023 (Los Angeles file photo) Published Sep 7, 2022 4:53 PM by The Maritime Executive The National Retail Federation is reviewing downwards its forecast for retail imports during the last five months of 2022 and while still expecting a year-over-year gain, …

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Worker shortage could push official cash rate higher than 4 per cent – ASB

Workers wanted: Labor shortages could be with us for years says ASB. Photo / Warren Buckland New Zealand will struggle to attract workers in a tight global labor market and that will increase the risk of the official cash rate rising higher than 4 per cent, ASB says in its latest quarterly economic outlook. New …

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No recession: Inflation won’t require ‘1980s shock treatment’ – Westpac

businessUpdated Aug 15, 2022 05:00 PM4 minutes to read The good news was that there were early signs that demand was softening. Photo / NZME The New Zealand economy will slow sharply as interest rates rise in the coming months but won’t enter a recession, according to a new quarterly outlook from the Westpac economics …

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Retailers Say Second Half Decline in Imports Could Deepen in 2023

Retailers see decines in import volumes that could deepen in 2023 (Port of Oakland file photo) Published Aug 8, 2022 4:16 PM by The Maritime Executive With retail sales slowing across the United States, the National Retail Federate is forecasting the imports into the US’s major container ports will plateau and decline slightly in the …

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Global Adventure Tourism Market Outlook Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2029

The Adventure Tourism market report in question is a detailed gist of this industry and encompasses myriad details pertaining to some of the vital ongoing and future trends of this market. Also included in the research document are details about the Adventure Tourism market size, share, as well as the present remuneration. The study projects …

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Commentary: Effective communication: A key to better relationships | Chanhassen Opinion

Have you noticed what has been happening with communication in the last few years? We’re concerned because there seems to be a decline in effective communication. Today, we see how it’s more and more difficult to find subjects that people can discuss without polarization. There are divisions in society, politics, and healthcare. In doing some …

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