Spending by foreigners in Brazil grows 63% in the first two months of 2022

Tourists left a total of US$781 million in the country. The federal government promotes the dissemination of visa exemptions to strategic nations, besides highlighting national attractions in campaigns and fairs abroad.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The resumption of international travel continues to yield good results for Brazil. According to data from the Central Bank, foreign tourist spending in the country reached US$781 million between January and February, an increase . . .

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