The G20 world leaders have, for the first time, recognized the importance of travel and tourism as a driver of jobs, growth, and economic recovery.
The Leaders’ Declaration from the annual meeting of the G20 held in Los Cabos, Mexico, on June 18-19 … June 20, 2012
Visa facilitation is central to stimulating economic growth and job creation through tourism. The G20 can have a particularly important role to play in this respect. G20 economies could boost their international tourist numbers by an additional 122 million, … May 17, 2012
This week, Tourism Ministers of the G20 countries (neatly called “T20”), will meet, together with the heads of UNWTO, WTTC, PATA, and others, to finalize a proposed input to next month’s Heads of State meeting in Mexico.
The International Council … May 16, 2012
The following statement has been issued today by the Seychelles Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Jean-Paul Adam:
Following the recent move by the G20 to publish a list of suspected tax-havens amongst which Seychelles is named, the government of Seychelles … November 11, 2011
Tourism and travel can support the G20 stimulation programs. It creates jobs, boosts development, and promotes open, two-way trade. It can also play a part in the transformation towards a new green economy. China’s vibrant tourism sector can become … April 22, 2009