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Thai tourism, retailers paying the price for drawn-out unrest

Anti-government protesters have occupied parts of the capital.

BANGKOK -- The retailing and tourism sectors are starting to feel the pain from the political crisis in Thailand as visitors shun the besieged capital.

     A once-packed Forever 21 fast-fashion store in CentralWorld, one of Southeast Asia's largest shopping plazas, now has just several customers on even late Sunday afternoons.

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