Listen! Treasury's cost cutting raises concerns for hospitality industry

Today is World Tourism Day and while it should conjure up images of summertime, the beach, safaris and an influx of foreign nationals, the hospitality industry is concerned that government's cost-cutting plans will impact the sector negatively as the state plans to cut-back on travel, conferences and catering. Business Day TV spoke to Alan Campbell from ANEW Hotels & Resorts for more insight.
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