International tourists vital to wider economy | New Straits Times

TOURISM is an important sector of the Malaysian economy, and the shock to the sector resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the wider economy.

Economy, Tourısm

7/12/2021 7:37:00 PM

NSTopinion The pandemic has left hard-to-heal wounds on the tourism sector's growth. Lifting the domestic and international travel restrictions is expected to boost tourism and subsequently the overall economy.

TOURISM is an important sector of the Malaysian economy, and the shock to the sector resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the wider economy.

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