Mexico City.- The controversial proposal to loosen longstanding restrictions on foreigners buying property along Mexico’s coast and borders has passed 356-119 in the Chamber of Deputies.
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Havana, Cuba.- Cuba’s Tourism Ministry is investing on its recreational infrastructure to please and accommodate the three million tourists expected to visit the island this year.
Kingston- Jamaica became the second Caribbean country to complete the UTSA Institute for Economic Development’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) model training since it first began in 2012.
Ottawa.- Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance, CSTA, can now access the Government Tourism and Events division of REPUCOM, the world’s leading sport and events research company, to provide enhanced measurement metrics that will allow more effective analysis of major events.
Port au Prince, Haiti.- The opening in Haiti of the first US brand Best Western Premier in the Caribbean is a historic moment for Port au Prince, and marks the ongoing revitalization and rebirth of our country, said Haiti-based corporation Carabimmo SA principal, Kenny Narwani.
Bayahibe, Dominican Republic.- Over 100 families at the village of Mano Juan, Saona Island, southeast of the Dominican Republic, will benefit from the construction of a clean energy power plant that will bring electricity to that village for the first time.