Budget 2018: Tourism New Zealand takes a cut for marketing the country
Thursday, 17 May 2018 Tourism New Zealand has had its budget cut by around 5 per cent to market the country overseas.The agency's budget has been cut from $117.3 million a year to 111.4m.Tourism New Zealand chief executive Stephen England-Hall said...
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