Companies Demand Integrated Tourism Policy

El Salvador's tourism sector is asking the government to correct the lack of an integrated policy that includes security and clear rules for investors.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

"The infrastructure component is also important because the road network of highways used by tourists must be in optimum condition with good signage in order to attract local and foreign visitors," reports Elsalvador.com.

The private sector claims that while the five year plan contains tourism schemes, they have not been implemented, though these claims are denied by the minister, José Napolén Duarte.



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