CHINA ANNOUNCES REFORMS TO FURTHER BOOST DOMESTIC TOURISM

A statement released after the China State Council executive meeting revealed that the country plans to generate employment, boost income and improve people’s livelihoods by using tourism. The Council...

QUITO TOURISM IS CONFIDENT OF ENDING THE YEAR WITH 5% MORE VISITORS

Denise Chen -
The Ecuadorean city of Quito is confident that it will reach 740,000 tourists by the year-end, which will represent a 5% increase over the previous year, according to the city’s tourism office. The au...

MICE INDUSTRY IN AUSTRIA IS STEADILY GROWING

Joe McClain -
Continuing the trend of the previous years, in 2015 the Austrian MICE industry kept growing. 18,172 events (+ 6.7%) with approximately 1.46 million participants were organized in the country. These ar...

ARMENIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY DECLINED BY 1%

Chris Grad -
The tourism industry in Armenia decreased by one percent in 2015, according to Karen Chshmarityan, the country’s economy minister. As many as 1,192,120 foreign tourists visited the country last year. ...

FRENCH TOURISM PLANS 100 M VISITORS IN 2020

Nils Kraus -
Affected by the attacks in Paris and Nice, French tourism authorities will not easily maintain their very ambitious goal of 100 million tourists in 2020....
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