Japan PM Suga vows to revive inbound tourism hit by virus

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Friday vowed to revive inbound tourism, which has been battered by the novel coronavirus pandemic, by compiling measures within the year.In a speech at Kyodo News’ head office in Tokyo, Suga said he will maintain the country’s target of attracting 60 million visitors by 2030 and keep working toward it.”I hope to revive inbound tourism by somehow surviving this coronavirus pandemic,” said Suga as he marked one month since he launched his Cabinet.”Unless we balance measures against the novel coronavirus infections and the economy, Japan itself will not be able to…

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