Caribbean Basin: Impact of COVID-19 on the Caribbean Tourism Industry and Food Service Sector

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The Caribbean tourism industry and the hotel/restaurant food service sector have been significantly impacted in both the near and long-term as a result of COVID-19. Tourism is a key driver in many Caribbean islands, both directly and indirectly contributing to GDP. This report provides an overview of the current state of play and key factors that may affect the breadth and speed of the recovery.

Caribbean Basin: Impact of COVID-19 on the Caribbean Tourism Industry and Food Service Sector

 

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