The forecast is from the Brazilian government. The system will go online at the end of this year for travellers from the USA, Canada, Australia, and Japan. Saudi Arabia and Qatar will be included later.
Brazil stands at 27th position in a ranking by the World Economic Forum of the tourism sector of 136 nations. In the previous editions, Brazil came at 28th place.
The Brazilian Ministry of Tourism’s Statistical Yearbook shows Morocco was the leading Arab source of tourists to Brazilian cities in 2016, with relevant numbers coming from Egypt and Lebanon as well.
From April 5 to 8, five exhibitions focusing on tourism and leisure will be held at the Tunis convention center in the capital.
A ban on electronic devices on board flights from Dubai bound for the United States put in place by Donald Trump is expected to cause sales to drop by as much as USD 2 million, the DDF’s CEO estimates.
The growth was driven by an increase in Chinese and Russian visitors due to the new visa policies put in place by the United Arab Emirates for those countries.