COVID-19: Leveraging Airbnb out | France, Singapore look inward

Some cities limiting Airbnb growth Airbnb, which earlier this year trimmed its workforce by 25% due to the pandemic, has a challenge on another front: Some destinations are using the pandemic to reengineer their tourism industries, pushing out Airbnb in favor of affordable housing for locals. Cities in Portugal, for instance, offered Airbnb hosts a fair rate to transform their vacation rental properties into housing for essential workers. Read the story in Frommers France’s ‘Marshall Plan’ for tourism France had set a target of 100 million international tourists in 2020, a goal obliterated by the coronavirus. Now, survival is the…
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