Bali's Tourism Business Still Suffering After Bomb Attack - Stock Image

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KUTA, BALI, INDONESIA - JANUARY 29: A worker looks at the site of last year's night club bombing January 29, 2003 at Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia. The island's economy, driven almost solely by its tourist trade, has not recovered from the October 12, 2002 terrorist bombings which killed nearly 200 people, mostly foreign tourists. Beaches and shops are nearly empty and hotel occupancy rates have dropped from 70 percent to about 10 percent. A United Nations agency reports that there are now some 6.6 million people out of work in the tourist industry worldwide, and there is little sign of recovery before 2005. (Photo by Dimas Ardian)
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