BY RENEE TAKAI — Last month, Dave Lee, Debbie Akau and I were in China for the production of sofa sleepers and guestroom chairs soon to be in the rooms at the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach. Our purpose was … Read More.
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By Dr. Richard Kelley The high-level Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings in Waikīkī beginning November 7 will bring a great deal of focus on the huge importance of the Asia-Pacific area in today’s global economy. Among the 21 nations – … Read More.
By Nancy Daniels The November summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is fast approaching when more than 20,000 attendees and leaders from 21 member economies, including US President Barack Obama, will be in Hawai‘i for this important gathering. Read More.
By Dr. Chuck Kelley Our ability to attract international travelers to Hawai‘i waxes and wanes, often as a result of international events well beyond our control. Today, world events are giving Hawai‘i a crack at the enormous Chinese travel market, … Read More.
By Dr. Richard R. Kelley Earlier this week I sent the following letter to Hawai‘i’s Congressional Delegation and Hawai‘i Governor Neil Abercrombie. In it, I called for urgent action on issues needed to compensate for the loss of Japanese visitors–which … Read More.
By Dr. Richard R. Kelley International travel to the United States is a major source of exports and jobs. Yet over the last 10 years, the U.S. has lost more than a third of its share of the international travel … Read More.