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Reopening Borders For International Travel: Good Or Bad?

Adlina Borhan, CEO and Founder, Ab & Artho Tourism Marketing & PR | Angelica Chan, Country Market Manager , Traveloka | Jennifer Ong, Founder and CEO , HAPA | Zulkifli Rahman, Director of Sales & Marketing , The Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi

11-Feb-22 12:00

Reopening Borders For International Travel: Good Or Bad?

Mixed signals from the Malaysian government over its plans to reopen borders and minimise restrictions amid an increase in Omicron cases has led the public and some experts to question whether it is prioritising the economy over public health.

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Produced by: Freda Liu, Christine Wong

Presented by: Christine Wong, Richard Bradbury


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Categories:  business analysisentrepreneurshipSMEenvironmentpoliticspeople and placestraveldiseases and conditions

Tags:  covid-19reopening borderstravel and leisuretourismgovermentstaffingEBB-Allianz





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