Special Tourism Cabinet created in Guatemala

In order to foster policies and strategies to take advantage of the technical and economic resources in the country, the Special Tourism Cabinet was formed.

Monday, September 22, 2008

The "no chimney" industry, as tourism is called, is third biggest income earner in Guatemala after exports and remittances.
The objective of the Special Tourism Cabinet is to coordinate policy activities for the benefit of the social and economic development, in addition to fostering policies that promote tourism development.



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