Panama promotes incentive tourism
Panama is promoting itself as a destination for "incentive tourism" that companies offer to their executives, employees and clients.
Monday, June 2, 2008
The Panamanian Tourism Institute (Ipat) believes that Panama and its coasts have much to offer in terms of incentive tourism, a growing sector of the international tourism industry.
Although the law had been adopted by consensus at the National Assembly, government legislators did not oppose the veto imposed by President Ortega.
Insights into the country's strategy for promoting itself as a touristic destination and for improving its tourism infrastructure and services.
The new Minister of Tourism said that he will prioritize relationships with mayors and the private sector to increase investment in the sector.
Costa Rica is to invest US$14 million this year in tourist promotion in the United States and Canada amid fears that the difficulties faced by the US economy could lead to a decline in visitors, Tourism Minister Carlos Benavides said.
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