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AFTER two very long years the skies have re-opened and the travel sector is finally back in business. Data from the World Travel and Tourism Council shows the sector is recovering and as long as borders remain open it’s estimated to generate revenue of £192 billion by the end of 2022. So where do the opportunities lie for investors?

In this episode of Monty.Markets.Money I take a look at the travel sector.

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