Boracay closure is the wrong direction, says ex-DOT chief
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A former secretary of the Department of Tourism (DOT) opined that the government took the wrong direction in closing down Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan for six months. Narzalina Lim, an Ilongga who served as tourism secretary under the late president Cory Aquino, said the closure is a drastic measure that will have ripple effects on the economic chain.
Conserva, L. H. (2018, April 18). Boracay closure is the wrong direction, says ex-DOT chief. The Daily Guardian, pp. 1, 14.
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Tourism; Governments; Economics; Restoration; Environmental restoration; Policies; Planning; Political aspects; Site selection; Department of Tourism (DOT); Philippine Tour Operators Association (PHILTOA); Philippine Travel Agencies Association (PTAA); Tourism Congress Association of the Philippines; Hotel Sales and Management Association; Boracay Foundation, Inc.; Galaxy Entertainment; Leisure and Resorts World Corp.; Lim, Narzalina; Aquino, Cory; Clemente, Jose III; Ibarreta, Christine; Domingo, Andrea; Alegre, Ricky
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