The Panama 3 Count, where we bring you 3 Panama stories that you shouldn’t miss.
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According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, the travel and tourism sector made a direct investment of $666 billion into the economies of Latin America.
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The Panama 3 Count, where we bring you 3 Panama stories that you shouldn’t miss. Photo: 1: 3 Easy Places to “Reside” Overseas I wouldn’t
Guatemalan tourism had a bad year in 2011. Tourist spent less and the country saw less revenue from foreign exchange earnings, according to preliminary information