'It's not fair!': total island closure riles tourism stakeholders Gov’t readies P2-B Boracay calamity fund
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A calamity fund of P2 billion will be used to help worked that would be displaced by Boracay Island's six-month closure starting April 26. No resort owners, however, would benefit form the fund, said Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque. There are some 500 tourism-related business in Boracay. The Boracay Foundation, a business industry association on the island, had asked the government to shut down only those violating environmental laws.
Golez, P. (2018, April 06). 'It's not fair!': total island closure riles tourism stakeholders Gov’t readies P2-B Boracay calamity fund. Panay News, pp. 1, 37.
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Financing; Industries; Governments; Environmental restoration; Tourism; Transport; Private sector; Livelihoods; Trade; Economics; Sewage; Jurisdiction; Environmental protection; Sewage treatment; Wastewater treatment; Department of Environment and and Natural Resources(DENR); Department of Tourism; Department of the interior and and Local Government; Roque, Harry; Duterte, Rodrigo; Chusuey, Henry; Miraflores, Pia
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