Brazil: National tourism performance reinforces recovery perspectives

The data relating to the billing of activities in the area and the demand for Brazilian destinations point to advances in the sector. The result is attributed to the end of restrictions due to Covid-19, the return of corporate travel, and large in-person events.

BRAZIL, RIO DE JANEIRO - Performance data related to different segments of national tourism reinforces the recovery prospects of the sector amid the health crisis of Covid-19. According to the Brazilian Association of Corporate Travel Agencies (ABRACORP), the industry achieved total sales of R$869 million (US$176 million) last March, a figure only 2% lower than that recorded in the same month of 2019 (R$890 million).

The result is . . .

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