CANADIAN TOURISM STRATEGY LACKS FRANCOPHONE TOURISM

Andrew J. Wein -
While the Government of Canada, through Minister Mélanie Joly, has released its new tourism strategy, the Economic Development and Employability Network (RDÉE Canada) notes with a lot of concern the a...

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...

MEXICO: RAILWAY INSTEAD OF TOURISM PROMOTION

Cecilia Garland -
Mexico plans to rebuild its tourism industry. However, one of the first steps to do so is a controversial move. Mexico announced closing 18 of the 21 Mexican tourism offices around the world by the en...

CUBAN TOURISM AUTHORITIES EXPECT BOOMING NUMBERS

Nils Kraus -
Cuban authorities have declared their intention to boost tourism and reach 4.2 million visitors in the near future. Cuban tourism sector aims at becoming the leader in the Caribbean region....

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...
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