Guatemala to invest $1.3 million to promote tourism

the Guatemala Tourism Institute will spend 1.3 million dollars more this year on marketing and publicity.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The new spending comes in the face of an institute projection that tourism will remain below the level reached in 2006.
Institute Director Julio Orozco said he expects about 1.7 million tourists to visit the country this year. That's an increase of five percent over 2007 but 8.3 percent below the number of visitors registered in 2006.

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