CORRECT: Two-thirds growth in tourism spending forecast by 2022

Pattrick Smellie
Thu, 12 May 2016

(Corrects reference to growth target in 12th paragraph of story that first moved yesterday) By Fiona Rotherham May 12 (BusinessDesk) - Associate Tourism Minister Paula Bennett has welcomed new forecasts showing tourism expenditure is expected to grow by 65 percent to $16 billion in 2022 although she admits it comes with a few challenges. Tourism industry leaders at the annual Trenz conference say they’re looking to government to help with capacity and infrastructure constraints during peak season due to the growth in international visi...

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