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How the G20 Summit can be leveraged to showcase India's tourism sector

Thrust on developing the tourism industry will help India achieve the $5 trillion economy target faster

Arun Chawla
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Arun Chawla, Director General, FICCI

Arun Chawla
As the government gets into the act of robust post covid recovery in the economy, the spotlight is again on a sector with the maximum potential to generate employment – travel and tourism. The government can aptly leverage the G20 Summit 2022, happening closer to home this time, to showcase India's potential in the sector. The Bali (Indonesia) Summit, scheduled later this year, can be used as a launch pad by the Indian government to usher in a new wave of tourism in the country and thus have a huge multiplier effect on several industries and sectors. The Indian government

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First Published: Sep 27 2022 | 5:17 PM IST

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