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European Commission funding Tourism through Tourism Manifesto

On the 14th October 2020 the European Commission announced that “if it is not in the plan, it is not in the budget”. Referring to their funding opportunity urging Member States to submit their recovery and resilience plans in order to receive assistance. Tourism must be a key incorporation within the plan, as it is such an important sector within Europe, needing an estimated €161 billion investment to return to pre-COVID 19 levels. “In order to harness the potential of the sector to generate jobs and growth, and to reap the benefits from green and digital transitions” it is important to continue having skills and competencies developed.

Read the full article here: https://tourismmanifesto.eu/tourism-must-be-part-of-national-recovery-and-resilience-plans/

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