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Coronavirus will cost the U.S. travel sector 4.6 million jobs by the end of April, according to an updated analysis released Wednesday by the U.S. Travel Association.

Report: U.S. Travel Sector to Lose 4.6 Million Jobs by the End of April

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Coronavirus will cost the U.S. travel sector 4.6 million jobs by the end of April, according to an updated analysis released...
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Tourism Economics Analyzes Potential Impacts of COVID-19 on Travel

As growing coronavirus concerns disrupt travel, major events, supply chains, and business operations, Tourism Economics, an Oxford Economics company, has released a report analyzing...
Travel Trends in U.S.

International Inbound Travel to Contract, Domestic Travel to Grow Over Next Six Months

WASHINGTON — Travel to and within the United States grew 2.4 percent year over year in December, marking the industry's 10th consecutive year of...
Economic impact of the lodging industry

New Study Shows Economic Impact of the Lodging Industry

The following article by Brian Crawford, executive vice president of government affairs at AHLA, originally appeared in the October 2019 issue of LODGING. For millions...
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Study: Tax Reform Could Boost Hotel Industry by $131.7 Billion

WASHINGTON–As tax reform legislation moves through Congress, a new economic impact study found that tax cuts could generate $131.7 billion in economic activity for...
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