El Salvador tourism expected to grow by 8%

Tourism continues to grow in El Salvador despite the higher prices for food and fuel.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Data provided by Tourism Minister Rubén Rochi at the Iberoamerican Summit for tourism shows that tourism is projected to post an eight percent improvement over last year.
The only cloud on the horizon is the decline in internal tourism, which is indeed affected by higher fuel costs in particular and a higher cost of living in general.

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