International tourism faces biggest slump since 1950s: UNWTO By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO:  A cyclist rides past an empty tourist bus on the street of Paris

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A cyclist rides past an empty tourist bus on the street of Paris

BERLIN (Reuters) – International tourism is set to fall by 70% this year, marking the sector’s biggest slump since records began in the 1950s, United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili told newspaper Handelsblatt.
He said this prediction for the coronavirus-hit sector was based on the assumption that countries around the world would gradually open their borders from August.
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