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Brazil is the 39th destination on a ranking for international tourists, according to World Tourism Organization (WTO). The country received 5.1 million visitors in 2010. A shame if compared to other BRICs: China (81 million), Russia (23.7 million) and India (5.3 million). … Continue reading
The United States could double visits from Brazil and Chile in one year and generate $10.3 billion in new tourism revenue. In 2010, 1.2 million Brazilians visited the United States, injecting $5.9 billion into the American economy. economy.That would mean … Continue reading
The 43 edition of Pow Wow, largest event of the tourism industry in the USA, ended last week with large protests for Brazil to be included in the program “ Visa Waiver.” Brazilians attending the event were wearing bottons with … Continue reading
This erratic blogger is now in New York City. I am representing ESCP Europe at the headquarters of the United Nations. I lived here, a city some call the capital of the world, for 3 years during my undergraduate studies. Back … Continue reading
Between 2003 and 2007, revenues generated by tourism grew more than the economy as awhole. During the period, tourism rose 22%, while Brazilian GDP grew 19.3%. The highlights were service sand highway transportation. In spite of this growth,tourism still accounts for … Continue reading