The Caribbean Hotel Association put into place in March an emergency preparedness plan on behalf of its member hotels. "From the experience of the Gulf War and the aftermath of September 11, 2001, a drop in demand is to be expected," Dominican hotelier Simon B. Suarez, president of CHA, said in a press release. "On one hand, the industry as a whole must be well prepared to weather a difficult period--whose severity will be determined by how protracted or swift is the conflict. On the other ...

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