Aviation, Travel and Tourism

What next for travel and tourism? Here's what the experts say

In many countries, more than 80% of travel and tourism spending actually comes from the domestic market. Image: Unsplash/Surface

Juliet Masiga

Digital Editor, World Economic Forum

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