Airbnb says it's down to play by the rules in Australia, as regulation looms
Off the back of some regulatory losses in the U.Sand Europe, Airbnb wants to play nice Down Under.
The company’s head of global policy indicated it would be open to working closely with local Australian lawmakers at a lunch with journalists Tuesday.
“Our perspective here is that we want to partner, and as they go through this, to be a resource,” Chris Lehane said.
Concerns have been raised, in Sydney especially, about the affect Airbnb is having on housing affordability. Sydney is now in the top five cities for Airbnb users globally.
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