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Is Budget 2023 Enough for The Travel and Tourism Sector?

Hannah Pearson, Founder, Pear Anderson

28-Feb-23 12:00

Is Budget 2023 Enough for The Travel and Tourism Sector?

After Budget 2023 was announced last week, the travel and tourism industry was not entirely happy about it because the ministry is the third smallest in this year’s allocation. Some say it’s too low to help and even the minister himself will be requesting additional funding.

To help us understand more about the current tourism landscape and whether the funding really missed the mark, we speak to Hannah Pearson, founder of Pear Anderson.

Photo Credits: Shuttershock | Twinsterphoto

Produced by: Lily Chai

Presented by: Lily Chai, Freda Liu

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Tags:  tourismtravelbudget 2023finance

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