4% growth projected for Guatemalan tourism
The Guatemalan Institute of Tourism (Inguat) projects that for 2009 they will have a 3% to 4% growth.
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
According to prensalibre.com "Roberto Robles, Inguat director, said that the figures that have been projected were made taking into consideration the global economic situation which is affecting the main countries which sends tourists to our country, especially the United States.
As of July 1, 069, 805 visitors have entered the country, 2.3% more than in the same period in 2011.
The growth projection was raised after better-than-expected visitors in November.
The National Chamber of Tourism in Costa Rica expects that the sector will grow between 8 and 9% this year, an increase which as been labeled as "satisfactory" in an environment of financial crisis at the world level.
From January to June 2010 a total of 4.556.526 tourists visited Central America, 651.682 more than the same period of 2009.
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