Business Environment Outlook

August 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q3 2010, p24
Industry Profile
The article presents a business environment outlook for the tourism industry in Latin America for 2010 and onwards. It provides information on Brazil's security risk rating based on the presence of internal conflict, terrorism, and physical safety. Several charts are presented depicting Latin America State vulnerability to terrorism index.


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