TUNISIA: TOURISM REVENUE UP 40.5% OVER ELEVEN MONTHS IN 2018

Bill Alen -
Tunisian tourism revenue continues to rise. The sector's income amounted to 3.7 billion dinars (1.23 billion dollars) during the first eleven months of 2018, an amount up 40.5% compared to the same pe...

EGYPTIAN TOURISM SUFFERS DUE TO THE LATEST ATTACK

Ashley Nault -
Last week, two Coptic Orthodox churches in Alexandria and in Tanta were targeted by two attacks by Daesh. These attacks, which killed 44 people and injured over 120 people, are likely to stifle the ti...

HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY IN ANDALUSIA IS GROWING WHILE EMPLOYMENT GOES DOWN

Denise Chen -
The number of visitors coming to Andalusia increased by 13% between 2008 and 2016, accompanied by an increase of 16.5% in the number of overnight stays, two indicators of growth for the Andalusian hos...

TOURISM IN MEXICO ANALYZING A VISA WAIVER PROGRAM

Anna Luebke -
Mexican government is considering a visa waiver program for 38 countries. The Permanent Commission of the International Statistical Congress urged the Secretariats of the Interior (SEGOB), of Foreign ...

TOURISM IN ETHIOPIA IS CHALLANGED BY THE POLITICAL SITUATION

Nils Kraus -
Tourism revenues have been rising for several years in Ethiopia. An economic windfall that could be held back by a social and security context that is not conducive to welcoming visitors....
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