Wednesday, September 24, 2014   

(Flight MH370 Malaysia backs off China tourism promos
(04-10 16:11)

Malaysia is putting off tourism promotions in the wake of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane tragedy and a fall in Chinese visitors to the country.
Malaysia has been severely criticized for the mishandling of the aviation tragedy by inept bureaucrats and bungling politicians. Chinese families suspect a coverup.
Malaysian state news agency Bernama reported Tourism and Culture Minister Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz as saying that many Chinese tourists had cancelled trips.
He admitted it was not suitable to run promotional campaigns in China since there is as yet no closure for families of those on board the missing flight.


   
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