Weekly roundup: Airport rankings, tourist safety, credit crunch fears

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Photos of the tourist crying on the street have started a debate over whether the city has done enough to protect visitors.
Among the buildings to be razed is a massive resort that blocks 500 meters of the famous beach in central Vietnam.
A new survey finds local talents are increasingly looking for healthy work-life balance, rather than just a high salary.
The bank's plan to tighten credit to the property sector has many worrying about the future of both developers and buyers.
The airport has jumped 136 spots to enter the Skytrax top 100 for the first time.
Tickets cost less than $1, bringing passengers straight to the heart of District 1.

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