Robertson, Edward
June 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);6/25/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2024, p72
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is considering a legal challenge against the British government over the continuation of Air Passenger Duty (APD). John Maginley, CTO chairman, said that as this a serious issue for the region and so they reviewing the opportunity to put a legal challenge to the British government. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne failed to address APD in the budget, which means that the planned rise be effective from November 20120.


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