Airbnb executive ‘puzzled’ by Japan’s demand to cancel bookings

pointing out that the decision is inconsistent with Japan’s goal to attract 60 million foreign tourists by 2030. In an interview with the Nikkei Asian Review on Tuesday, Lehane spoke of his “concerns,” and the “impacts on guests,” but said the company will …
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