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Frequency of terrorist attacks having negative impact on global tourism

Airlines, hotels and travel agencies in Belgium suffer cancellations, like Paris did months ago

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GROWING UNEASE: Masked Belgian police in Brussels on Friday. Analysts believe - with Brussels regarded as the effective capital of Europe - the terror attacks there on Tuesday will have a much bigger effect on overall European confidence than earlier terror incidents.

London

THE frequency of terrorist atrocities is beginning to have a depressing impact on the US$7.8 trillion global tourism industry.

The Brussels outrages on Tuesday within the city's airport and metro come only days after a car bomb killed 36 people in Ankara, Turkey and five

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