Industry Forecast Scenario

April 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q2 2010, p10
Industry Profile
The article provides an overview on various tourist attractions in Brazil. It highlights the most popular tourist destinations around the country, including Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro, and the Iguacu waterfalls on the borders with Argentina. It cites the government's effort of initiate a public program on transportation, tourism infrastructure and management. It notes the plans made by the country and Argentina to jointly mount campaigns to attract visitors.


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