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REOPENING EUROPE – Reopening Tourism?

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In this episode we unpack some reflections about tourism we have collected during the Reopening Europe journey. By: The Sound of Economics Date: August 5, 2020 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance The OECD has estimated that COVID-19 will cause a 60% decline in international tourism in 2020. This could rise to 80% if recovery is delayed until December. During their trip, the Reopening Europe team noticed the direct impact of the lockdown on cities such as Strasbourg or Salzburg, which were practically devoid of the usual tourist crowds. In this latest installment of our summer series on Reopening Europe’s trip across Europe at a unique moment, Giuseppe is in conversation with Ivo Tarantino, Head of Public Affairs & Media Relations at Altroconsumo, the largest

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In this episode we unpack some reflections about tourism we have collected during the Reopening Europe journey.

By: Date: August 5, 2020 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance

The OECD has estimated that COVID-19 will cause a 60% decline in international tourism in 2020. This could rise to 80% if recovery is delayed until December.

During their trip, the Reopening Europe team noticed the direct impact of the lockdown on cities such as Strasbourg or Salzburg, which were practically devoid of the usual tourist crowds.

In this latest installment of our summer series on Reopening Europe’s trip across Europe at a unique moment, Giuseppe is in conversation with Ivo Tarantino, Head of Public Affairs & Media Relations at Altroconsumo, the largest independent and non-party political consumers’ organisation in Italy.

Episode guest:
Ivo Tarantino, Head of Public Affairs & Media Relations, Altroconsumo

Hosted by:
Giuseppe Porcaro, head of outreach and governance at Bruegel

Contributions from:
Leone, a Gondolier in Venice;
Nives Monda, restaurant owner in the historic centre of Naples;
Emilio Casalini, journalist and writer, RAI;
Elvio De Monte, architect in Venice;
Jeannette Neumann, Bloomberg correspondent in Madrid.

Sound Money Economics System was a fringe political party in Manitoba, Canada, during the provincial election of 1941.

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