Market Overview -- Travel

August 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q3 2010, p17
Industry Profile
The article presents market overview for tourism industry in Brazil in 2010. It states that the Department of Tourism and the Ministry for Culture have signed a certain agreement which monitors competitive development in terms of expanded technical and financial aspects. Several charts are presented depicting oil product price assumptions from the fourth quarter of 2009 to the fourth quarter of 2010.


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