Yesterday's data indicates a 7.8% increase in Brazil's tourism activity in July compared to the same month in 2022, marking a rebound in the industry.
The broader service field, including travel, grew 12.8% over last July.
The report says higher air travel, car rentals, and dining revenue fueled this growth. Other drivers include public road transport, hotels, and travel agencies.
Tourism Minister Celso Sabino said, "Tourism can further boost Brazil's economy. It creates jobs and income. We're investing to grow this sustainable . . .