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Topic - Mike Mccartney
Visitors to Hawaii from the rest of the United States are declining, as fewer people visited the islands in February than in the same month last year, tourism officials said Thursday.
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Tourism officials say travelers to Hawaii spent nearly 5 percent less last month than the same period a year earlier. The decline marks the fifth straight month of lower visitor spending.
Hawaii tourism had another record year in 2013.
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Hawaii Tourism Authority CEO Mike McCartney said Thursday the agency believes the tourism industry will continue to slow down during the next couple of months.
He says growing competition, the strengthening of the U.S. dollar against international currencies and other economic conditions are holding down the number of people who come to Hawaii and how much they spend here.