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Byline: The Nation.
Tourism associations have split into at least two groups after one camp lost power in a reshuffle at one of the key bodies, the Association of Thai Travel Agents, plunging the entire industry into disarray.
One side is led by the ATTA, which last month welcomed a new president, Sidivachr Cheewarattanaporn.
The other is claimed by ex-ATTA president Apichart Sankary, who is also suspected to be in hiding because of the conflict.
The issue was raised online this week by firstname.lastname@example.org.
An industry source said Sidivachr's group was involved in the Chinese and other Asian markets and wanted to concentrate marketing on …