Tourism Victoria woos agents to boost trade to state

Murray, Rupert
September 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);9/24/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2036, p24
Trade Publication
The article discusses various developments related to the tourism industry. Tourism Victoria is encouraging agents to increase business to the Australian state Victoria. It is evident that nearly 200 agents from various tourism firms attended training sessions held in London and Manchester, both in England, to learn more about the region. South West Tourism, funded by the South West Regional Development Agency in Great Britain, is planning to close after government spending cuts.


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