FRENCH TOURISM CONFEDERATION TO REPRESENT THE INDUSTRY

Daniel A. Tanner -
Fourteen professional organizations and associations from the French tourism sector announced last week that they will be uniting under the same confederation, mainly in order to “champion tourism iss...

AFTER SEVEN SUCCESSFUL YEARS, PORTUGAL TOURISM FALLS

Bill Alen -
For the first time since the 2011 crisis, Portugal announced that in the first ten months of the last year, it has had fewer tourists than in the first ten months of 2017. These are the first worrying...

TOURISM REVIEW MEDIA IS DIVERSIFYING ITS SERVICES

Tourism Review Media has proudly announced that it has diversified and expand its services to help tourism industry professionals around the world and become a one-stop solution provider for the touri...

VIETNAM WORKS ON 16 MILLION FOREIGN TOURISTS IN 2018

James Morris -
In 2017, Vietnam received 73 million domestic visitors and nearly 13 million foreign tourists, an increase of nearly 30% on year-on-year basis, with a turnover of approximately 510,000 billion dôngs (...

NEW TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO BRING 300,000 JOBS TO ARGENTINA

Gregory Dolgos -
The president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, announced and a new tourism development plan for the period between 2016 and 2019. The main goal is to boost domestic as well as international tourism. The ...
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