Market Overview - Hospitality

September 2009
Brazil Tourism Report;Q4 2009, p21
Industry Profile
The article offers updates on the hospitality industry in Brazil. It states that the country has experienced volatile international market conditions wherein some of major international companies have postponed plans for hotel construction. The country's tourism infrastructure ranked 95th place for ground transport infrastructure and 58th place in terms of information and communications technology infrastructure, according to the World Tourism Organization.


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