Japan Reluctant To Spend More To Boost Travel

The government-operated Japan Tourism Agency has been lobbying for more funds to reverse the slump in inbound travel that has occurred since the March earthquake and tsunami. However, JTA officials say they have so far been denied due to the range of higher priorities. The JTA receives ¥6 billion (...

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