The Ministry of Tourism is discussing with private companies and a group of consultants draft amendments to the existing Law on Tourism.
According to Jose Napoleon Duarte, chief of tourism, what they are looking for is a legal framework consistent with the current reality of tourism, integrating unions, tour operators, transportation companies, universities, and other stakeholders. "The current law is good but it can be improved further. Its reform will further strengthen and integrate the industry (tourism), which continues to show growth," the official said.
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