Disney is to cut a significant number of jobs in Hong Kong over the coming months; Trip.com Group to sell trips to South Korea in live streaming show.
The amount of transactions per single episode averages USD5.65 million.
Mainland China’s average hotel occupancy bottomed at 7 percent in early February but rebounded to as high as 52 percent the week of June 13.
Guests from mainland China decreased by more than 90% to 71,000.
It reports there are 26 projects in progress as of 10 June 2020, with a further five developments on hold.
Roughly 90% of domestic flights are back and about 70% of domestic passengers.
Foreign hotel companies are setting up their flagship stores on Ctrip and Fliggy, and looking at them as a way to let locals shop in a way they are accustomed to.
Mr. Siew served as Airbnb's interim head of China in 2017 as Mr. Hong Ge, the company's China chief at the time, resigned after allegations about inappropriate personal relationship.
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