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The third cultural tourism conference (3-5 December) organized jointly between the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization...
China and Taiwan to hold another round of talks in late March on a plan to allow individual tourists from China to visit Taiwan, a move seen by many as a huge boost for Taiwan's economy.
The fourth and largest-ever UNWTO Ministers’ Summit at World Travel Market (WTM) will for the first time conclude with a Statement of Intent outlining the future direction of the travel and tourism
The T.20 Ministers’ Meeting is a member-driven initiative, acting as a forum for the growth and development of sustainable tourism by promoting dialogue and the exchange of knowledge and best practi
“Global challenges, such as the recent economic crisis and the climate imperatives, can only be addressed in a global cooperative manner and in fora such as the UN or the G-20,” said UNWTO secreta
Tanzanian minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mrs.
Around 80 tourism ministers meeting at the UNWTO Ministers' Summit (November 10 at World Travel Market, London) called for global policies that are supportive of the travel and tourism industry.
TORONTO, ONT. - Canada's federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for tourism met today to discuss ways to strengthen the competitiveness of Canada's tourism industry.
The International Transport Forum (ITF) in Leipzig, Germany convened today, bringing together 52 ministers and top business leaders from around the world at the political highlight of the forum.
MADRID - Faced with growing, economic uncertainty, UNWTO is examining how the tourism sector can respond effectively while building new frameworks to adapt to climate change and development imperative
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - The President of the Republic of El Salvador, Elias Antonio Saca, opened the 8th Ibero-American Ministers of Tourism Conference on Thursday.
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - Tourism Secretary Rodolfo Elizondo Torres opened the "Challenges and Opportunities in the Cruise Industry in Mexico and Central America" seminar, at which government officials and industry representatives assisted with the goal of strengthening their joint efforts to consolidate the region as a main international cruise destination.
Tourism ministers agreed here Thursday on the need to curb the burgeoning spread of tourist hotels and other facilities that might one day damage the environment of the Mediterranean coast.