• Normalization of tourism will take job sector to the pre-covid level, says President DR

    6 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    This country or we are going to fly in terms of jobs,” said the president of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader.
    Luis Abinader has recently expressed that tourism recovery is one of his chief priorities because this is one of the key sectors that generate maximum jobs in the country.
    “If we normalize the tourism sector, we will be at the pre-COVID level of jobs,” said Abinader in his fifth address to the country since his inauguration on August 16.
    As per the projections made by the end of 2020, the President of DR has emphasized the fact that unemployed number will get reduced to about...
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  • Businesses in hospitality and tourism slowly picking up in and around Tirupati

    Businesses in hospitality and tourism slowly picking up in and around Tirupati

    6 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    Businesses concerning hospitality and tourism, which had been affected the most by the corona virus pandemic, are slowly picking up in and around Tirupati, although they are yet to return to pre-Covid-19 levels.
    Leisure tourists have started visiting hotels, resorts and hill stations in the Tirupati tourism division, considered as one of the major revenue sources for AP Tourism Development Corporation after Visakhapatnam.
    This started happening after the center eased restrictions on the tourism and hospitality sectors. APTDC has restarted its services at the famous hill station - Horsley...
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  • Uber will soar 22% next year before returning to pre-COVID ridership by early 2022, Wedbush says

    Uber will soar 22% next year before returning to pre-COVID ridership by early 2022, Wedbush says

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    AP/Diane Bondareff
    Uber will leap 22% next year, as economies reopen, before returning to pre-COVID ridership by early 2022, Wedbush analysts said in a Wednesday note. Wedbush boosted their price target for Uber to $60 from $49, implying a 22% rally from current levels. The ride-hailing firm will be "standout name" next year as mass distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine by mid-year would mean consumer demand would snap back. The "shining" Uber Eats segment and acquisition of food-delivery startup Postmates would also add significantly to the company's overall stock, Wedbush said. Visit...
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