TOURISM IN EGYPT TO DIVERSIFY THE OFFER AFTER YEARS OF INSTABILITY

Nik Fes -
Egypt’s economy is heavily dependent on tourism. After the uprising against the then president Mubarak in 2011, the subsequent political unrest, and Islamic terror attacks, the number of foreign guest...

CUBAN TOURISM SLOWLY RECOVERS BENEFITING FROM CRUISE INDUSTRY

Andrea Hausold -
With over one million Canadian tourists and more than 4 million international visitors in total, the last month of this year starts with hardships and shortcomings, a set of common struggles for the C...

SKIING AND CRUISES: HALAL TOURISM IS ENTERING THE ERA OF LUXURY

Justin N. Froyd -
Halal tourism is growing rapidly. However, some Muslim tourists are now abandoning popular destinations in favor of more luxurious stays....

BRAKE ON SPAIN TOURISM IN 2018: INDUSTRY GROWS LESS THAN GDP FOR THE FIRST TIME

Gary Diskin -
Spain’s tourism activity closed 2018 with a 2% increase, hitting its ninth consecutive year of growth and reaching up to 142 billion euros, right after breaking a new record which led to the creation ...

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...
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