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Nepal, Aug. 11 -- The appointment of Yogesh Bhattarai as the new Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation has brought new hope for many tourism entrepreneurs ('New tourism minister faces a slew of challenges, especially on policy', August 1). The KP Oli administration is eager to diversify air routes, especially to Asia and Europe. This can happen, provided CAAN will be divided into two entities focusing on regulation and service provision-to make both entities function efficiently. But Nepal is already facing a resource crunch in the hospitality industry when it comes to catering to more than one million tourists in the past year. It is important to upgrade professional staffing and training to facilitate eco-tourism; more tourists are go...
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