Business Environment

June 2009
Brazil Tourism Report;Q3 2009, p18
Industry Profile
The article presents the travel and tourism business environment rating of Brazil and Mexico based from the Business Monitor International Ltd. (BMI). It states that Mexico is a wealthy market, but Brazil lacks the key advantage of it. It notes that Brazil's tourism sector is weak and is one of the risks to the realisation of returns. According to the Country Risk service, inter-state conflict, terrorism, and physical safety are the security risks in the country.


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