Market Overview

March 2009
Brazil Tourism Report;Q1 2009, p9
Industry Profile
The article presents an overview on the condition of the tourism market in Brazil. It highlights the plan of the Brazilian Tourism Institute in cooperation with Aquarela Plan, to make a target of U.S. $10 billion in foreign tourist income and for the number of tourists to increase to 7.9 million by 2010. It offers updates on the employment rate of the country's tourism industry, which enables them to be one of the 10 countries in the world with most jobs in tourism.


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