Japan Quake Disrupts Tourism Link

Japan's biggest earthquake since March 2011 hit the country during its peak travel season. Tourist groups from China, Taiwan and South Korea have scrapped trips to the region and more cancellations are expected. Bloomberg's Brian Fowler reports on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)

TUI CEO Says Weaker Pound Dampens Demand for Tourism
44:43 - A weaker UK pound has increased the cost of travel, especially for U.K.-based tourists, says Friedrich Joussen, CEO of Europe's largest tour operator TUI. Even though demand from the U.K. is "difficult," Joussen says people get used to price adjustments and decide to travel nonetheless. He speaks to Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde at the Noah Tech Conference in Berlin. (Source: Bloomberg)
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