DOMINICA AFTER MARIA: EUR 63 MILLION OF DAMAGE IN THE TOURISM SECTOR

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Nearly EUR 63 million – that is the damage caused by hurricane Maria to Dominica's tourism sector, mainly the infrastructure, according to the estimates by the island's tourism agency which hopes to b...

MAURITIUS TOURISM EXPECTS A RECOVERY OF CHINESE MARKET

Nils Kraus -
According to Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, the steep decline in the number of Chinese visitors will only be temporary. With additional flights, next month the business should get back to norm...

JAPAN’S TOURISM TO RECEIVE SUBSTANTIAL INVESTMENTS

Sara Thopson -
Japan’s tourism industry is currently going through a positive period. In April, a consortium of 60 Japanese companies will launch a new fund. It will be the largest of its kind in the country with th...

TOURISM IN THAILAND REGISTERED DECREASED NUMBERS

Richard Moor -
After years of progress, the tourism sector, vital to the Thai economy, is showing signs of slowing down, affected by the drop in Chinese arrivals and the appreciation of the local currency that makes...

QATAR’ TOURISM AFFECTED BY POLITICAL CRISIS

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
The diplomatic crisis faced by Qatar since last year is increasingly affecting the tourism industry. The country, future host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, has reported an 18% decrease in arrivals from ...