G’day, New York: Aussies, flush with cash, are flocking to the city

April 2012
Crain's New York Business;4/30/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 18, p0002
The article discusses the significant role of Australians to the tourism industry in New York City. It notes that Australians, who are becoming the top overseas spenders in the city, have the potential to be the answer to a new directive of Mayor Michael Bloomberg for the city's industry. It adds that the hospitality industry in the city are investing to attract the people in Australia, which is the fifth-largest overseas market for New York.


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