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(eTN) - As an American “ex-pat” living in Asia, the need to travel to the United States comes up frequently.
The UK and USA, two of Cape Town’s top five tourism key source markets, have both been adversely affected by the global recession but, if targeted correctly, still hold significant potential to draw
US governors called for increased economic cooperation between China and the United States at the China-US Governors Forum on Wednesday.
MANAMA, Bahrain - Yesterday, Deputy U.S.
New York - A list of the top five 2011 U.S.
TANZANIA (eTN) - The United States is looking at appropriate measures that would help African states to fight Somali piracy in the Indian Ocean waters.
A recent article by Parris Jordan and La Baik of HVS provided interesting data on the apparent low volume of US-branded hotels in the Caribbean, when compared to the hospitality scene in North America
MONROVIA, Liberia - In 2009, the US Department of Homeland Security's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority (LCAA) - by signing a Joint Statement of Int
WASHINGTON, DC - In an initiative to bring more American travelers to Sri Lanka, the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington, DC, and the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority launched what they are call
ADDIS ABABA, At a ceremony held at the 9th African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) Forum in Washington DC on August 2, 2010, financing documents worth over US$1.6 billion were signed by Ethiopian Ai
WASHINGTON, DC - The US Department of Justice has requested a preliminary injunction to delay enactment of SB 1070, passed by the Arizona legislature, filing a lawsuit against the state in federal cou
FORT WORTH, Texas - The US Department of Transportation granted American Airlines the rights to fly 11 new flights per week between the US and Brazil beginning November 18.
United Airlines and Jet Airways have entered into a codeshare agreement, giving guests access to unparalleled network connectivity between the United States and India.
The United States and Germany signed a joint statement this week that will develop processes for qualified citizens of either country to apply for trusted traveler programs in each other's country.