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The Greater China Update - 2nd Quarter 2014, 大中华地区更新 - 2014年第二季度

Mixed signals from markets across Greater China, as long-haul markets continue to struggle. While regional travel is strengthening, hotel markets have yet to see an upside – 大中华区酒店市场喜忧参半,其中长线市场困难依旧,地区旅游尽管走强,但酒店市场升势未见。

HVS Asia-Pacific Hotel Operator Guide 2014

The first overview of key hotel operators in Asia-Pacific. The excerpt provides information on 63 hotel operators with more than 1 million existing or pipeline rooms in 27 countries. The +450-page full version with brand details is available for purchase here.

The Greater China Update – 1st Quarter 2014, 香港华盛国际呈献: 大中华地区更新 - 2014年第一季度

Facing a challenging economic environment, the tourism markets in Greater China were able to catch a breath at the end of 2013; only Hong Kong remained under pressure - 面对充满挑战的经济环境,大中国区的旅游市场在2013年年底的态势却比较缓和;只有香港持续受压。

The Greater China Update – 3rd Quarter 2013, 香港华盛国际呈献: 大中华地区更新 - 2013年第三季度

Markets are adjusting to the new normal – long-haul demand in short supply 市场正在适应新的变化–长期的供不应求

HVS Hong Kong presents: The Greater China Update – 2nd Quarter 2013, 香港华盛国际呈献: 大中华地区更新 - 2013年第二季度

China visitor arrivals continued to fall, while greater China recovered – 中国大陆游客接待量继续下滑,大中华区逐渐恢复。

The Greater China Update 4Q11

Discussed in this update: • Tourism trends for Hong Kong, Macau, PR China and Taiwan • Individual Hotel Market Performances Article: Basel III – The Long Road of Deleveraging

Forecasting Market-wide Gaming Revenue (Win) for the Macau Special Administrative Region

Forecasting gaming revenue for the Macau SAR over the next five to seven years will be particularly challenging primarily due to the current extraordinarily high win per unit per day (WPUPD) and the unprecedented anticipated growth in supply.