Company Profiles

March 2009
Brazil Tourism Report;Q1 2009, p23
Industry Profile
The article profiles the leading key players in the tourism and hospitality industry in Brazil. It provides an overview of Groupe Accor, TAM Lineas Aereas SA, as well as the Orient Express along with their offered services. The companies' subsidiaries, planned developments and website address are presented.


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