UK Government Will Inject $147M Into Tourism Campaign

Law360, New York (December 9, 2013, 2:34 PM EST) -- The U.K. government announced on Friday that it has agreed to commit £90 million ($147.43 million) over the next two years to its tourism promotion initiative, increasing its support for the program on the hopes of continuing to spur the nation's hospitality industries, according to a statement.

Funds will be split, with about £45 million going into the initiative for each year. That represents an increase from the £30 million the U.K. government had funneled into the program, dubbed Great, the tourism agency VisitBritain said....
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