New waves of covid-19 could pop bubble

Rebecca Howard
Mon, 21 Dec 2020

Rebecca Howard
Mon, 21 Dec 2020
Jitters about a new covid-19 cluster in Australia and a new strain spreading across the UK will put tourism-related companies like Air New Zealand and Auckland International Airport under pressure.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had indicated a travel bubble with Australia could be in place by the first quarter of the year and any company with exposure to the international tourism sector — including SkyCity Entertainment and Tourism Holdings — would benefit from the influx of Australian tourists. However, the New South Wales gove...

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