BRAZILIAN CARNIVALS 2018 SHOULD INJECT US$ 3.5 BILLION INTO THE ECONOMY

Nils Kraus -
The government estimates that 10.6 million Brazilians and 400.000 foreigners will come to enjoy the Brazilian carnivals of this year. Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Recife and Ol...

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL CHAINS EXPANDING TO AFRICA

Bill Alen -
African continent strengthens its position as an attractive destination for the largest international hotel chains, which have decided to multiply their investments in the region. The latest to join i...

STAGNATING TURKISH TOURISM LOOKING FOR ALTERNATIVE SOURCE MARKETS

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Turkish tourism has been stagnating for the past months. The industry has been suffering for many reasons. Safety concerns, political instability and terrorism are some of the issues connected to the ...

MOZAMBIQUE: BOOMING TOURISM SECTOR BRINGS GREAT BENEFITS TO THE COUNTRY

Justin N. Froyd -
Mozambique, the south African country, has distinguished itself over the past decade by a particularly dynamic economy with an average growth rate of 7%. While the fall in commodity prices and the ver...

CHINA WILL BE THE FIRST OUTBOUND TRAVEL MARKET

Tomas Haupt -
According to a study by Euromonitor International, tourists from mainland China will overtake Americans to become the largest international outbound travel market. The number of Chinese citizens trave...