A record summer before hitting a possible fall storm. Tourism is facing one of the most important seasons in its history but relentlessly see doubts in the end, which may be the start of the biggest decline in consumption since the previous crisis.
Many organizations foresee this and the sector is already concerned that travel will be one of the first expense items families remove from their shopping carts in the fall.
The government itself admitted a few weeks ago that it remains vigilant that inflation could give way to this phenomenon in October and reduce current travel claims. “We’ll see if the demand stops…
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