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toubab1020



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Posted - 27 Sep 2019 :  18:29:57  Show Profile Send toubab1020 a Private Message  Reply with Quote

September 27, 2019

In the wake of world aviation giant, Thomas Cook’s declaration of bankruptcy, the ministry of tourism and culture has assured Gambians and its global friends that significant steps have been taken to mitigate the potentially devastating effects on the country’s tourism.

“With the looming collapse of Thomas Cook, the Minister of Tourism, Hamat Bah immediately summoned a meeting of stakeholders to seek remedial actions to respond to this emergency,” a release from the tourism ministry reads.

According to the release, the government was “shocked and saddened” by the devastating news of Thomas Cook’s collapse following an unsuccessful attempt to secure a bailout.

“No sooner had news of Thomas Cook’s definitive liquidation broke, than the Tourism ministry convened an emergency meeting with all stakeholders including the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, the World Bank and the Ministry of Finance to devise a strategic response.

The meeting came up with an Emergency Response Team which has already recommended a strategy to immediately mitigate the shock on the job market and the impact on the overall economic situation of The Gambia,” the release stated.

The release said the government, working with its partners, has since developed modalities to increase the frequency of flights to Destination-Gambia by other carriers as a direct measure to minimise the impact of Thomas Cook’s collapse on the Gambian tourism market.

Thomas Cook, the oldest and one of the most popular names in leisure travel with a track record of over 150 years, flew in British tourists to The Gambia for over two decades.

The airline accounts for at least 4 5 percent of tourists visiting The Gambia.

“While the government of President Barrow recognises the worrying effects of Thomas Cook’s collapse, it however wishes to assure Gambians and the generality of holiday makers to the country that the situation is under total control and there is no need for alarm,” the release added.

https://standard.gm/govt-takes-measures-to-mitigate-thomas-cook-collapse/

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toubab1020



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Posted - 11 Oct 2019 :  17:36:51  Show Profile Send toubab1020 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Shrewd move by a man who knows,keeping staff and getting many shops open again in the High Street of the UK AND HOPEFULLY TO continue to make GAMBIA the Smiling coast a paramount destination for travellers .

You can veiw TWO Videos one on the Express Newspaper
(Source of information below) and ONE on UTube I have posted on this page.
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John and Irene Hays appeared on Good Morning Britain this morning following the reopening of five of the Thomas Cook stores they rescued to discuss their plans for the future. The Sunderland-based travel agent has purchased 555 of Thomas Cook’s stores which were at risk of sitting empty following a sudden administration. Following the closure 150,000 Thomas Cook staff were left out of work and without pay. Reports circulated telling the harrowing tale of former employees faced with no pay being forced to use food banks.



https://www.express.co.uk/travel/articles/1189399/Hays-Travel-Thomas-Cook-plan-future-holidays-news-latest

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Edited by - toubab1020 on 11 Oct 2019 18:01:47
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Momodou



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Posted - 03 Nov 2019 :  11:43:17  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thomas Cook brand name bought by Chinese conglomerate
Fosun snaps up travel agent’s trademarks, websites and social media accounts for £11m

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/nov/01/thomas-cook-brand-name-bought-by-chinese-conglomerate

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toubab1020



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Posted - 03 Nov 2019 :  12:43:42  Show Profile Send toubab1020 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Momodou as usual YOU are the finger on the pulse for us members of your Bantaba in Cyberspace,I really hope that your posting gains POSTINGS from the Dear Reader who exist in many countries of the world who value Bantaba in cyberspace and they will join in THIS discussion,which in MY OPINION shows the increasing power of Asian countries in the world today.
For a www link to the company involved in the current Thomas Cook developments, click on the link below if you wish to find out more.

https://www.fosun.com/language/en/aboutus/1.html

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Thomas Cook brand name bought by Chinese conglomerate
Fosun snaps up travel agent’s trademarks, websites and social media accounts for £11m

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/nov/01/thomas-cook-brand-name-bought-by-chinese-conglomerate


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