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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Jan 27 2016

Thailand is top Asia-Pacific tourist stop thanks to Chinese

SINGAPORE Chinese tourists can't seem to get enough of Thailand, with visitor numbers to the Southeast Asian kingdom surging over the past year at one of the fastest clips in the Asia-Pacific region.

Jun 08 2015

Asia's most visited cities need more than Chinese tourists

SINGAPORE Asia's most visited cities such as Bangkok and Singapore are also the most vulnerable to declines in arrivals and any drop in tourism revenues because of their lack of diversification in visitors and growing dependence on Chinese tourists. 

Jun 08 2015

Asia's most visited cities need more than Chinese tourists

SINGAPORE, June 8 - Asia's most visited cities such as Bangkok and Singapore are also the most vulnerable to declines in arrivals and any drop in tourism revenues because of their lack of diversification in visitors and growing dependence on Chinese tourists. 

Mar 15 2015

China's luxury big spenders: young, trendy and not so rich

SINGAPORE Global luxury brands expanding in China are better off targeting the HENRYs - "high earners, not rich yet" - instead of the ultra-wealthy, as a slowing economy and a government that frowns on official excesses usher in an era of less showy spending.

Mar 15 2015

China's luxury big spenders: young, trendy and not so rich

SINGAPORE Global luxury brands expanding in China are better off targeting the HENRYs - "high earners, not rich yet" - instead of the ultra-wealthy, as a slowing economy and a government that frowns on official excesses usher in an era of less showy spending.

Mar 15 2015

China's luxury big spenders: young, trendy and not so rich

SINGAPORE Global luxury brands expanding in China are better off targeting the HENRYs - "high earners, not rich yet" - instead of the ultra-wealthy, as a slowing economy and a government that frowns on official excesses usher in an era of less showy spending.

Mar 15 2015

China's luxury big spenders: young, trendy and not so rich

SINGAPORE, March 16 Global luxury brands expanding in China are better off targeting the HENRYs - "high earners, not rich yet" - instead of the ultra-wealthy, as a slowing economy and a government that frowns on official excesses usher in an era of less showy spending.

Mar 04 2015

Singapore gains halal cred, top marks from Muslim tourists

Singapore Halal has never looked so good for Singapore. A survey ranked the Asian country as the top non-Islamic destination for Muslim tourists, weeks after official data showed overall visitor numbers fell last year for the first time since 2009.

Jan 27 2015

Best property agent in Singapore and HK this year could be the U.S. Fed

By Miral Fahmy GRAPHIC: Property price changes: http://link.reuters.com/has83w By Miral Fahmy SINGAPORE, Jan 27 Investors seeking to buy property in Singapore or Hong Kong this year may be better off listening to U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen than a real estate agent.

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