In the words of the Chilean, Pablo Suazo Villalón, the Executive Director of “Take Off Consulting,” a consulting and management firm specializing in tourism, “Mexico has known how to avoid countless adversities, becoming a world leader in tourism issues.”
This, according to the expert, is due to a mixture of private investment and its convergence with the public sector, not to mention the beauty of the country conserved through its traditions, the natural marvels that it holds, and the famous hospitality of its inhabitants.
On the other hand, the Federal Secretary of Tourism, in a bulletin released a few days ago, informed that private investment for the development and maintenance of tourist projects during the last 5 years reached 20,129.9 billion dollars, a figure that surpassed the six year term 20 billion dollar goal that had been established.
The destinations of the central region brought in 30.7 percent of total resources; beach destinations, 35.1 percent; the Mayan region, 20.9 percent, and the northern border, 13.3 percent.
Some of the products and programs that were implemented in the administration on its final term are: The 10 Routes of Mexico, The Mayan World Program, the 18 Gastronomic Routes, and the strengthening of the Magic Villages. All of these programs served to strengthen the tourist activity in the country.
If that weren’t enough, it is fitting to point out that, in Mexico, the activity most benefited in the world of e-business, much more than in any other sector, is tourism. Transportation, specifically airlines, receive the most benefit in this area.
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