Many experts in the regional leisure industry believe that the tourism digitization is an inescapable step for the Caribbean, even if it involves severe costs.
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A private Cuban businessman A Cuban under contract with the US firm Airbnb considered that any measure of Donald Trump that affects the trips of Americans to the island could be catastrophic.
Donald Trump could face serious disputes with U.S. businessmen if finally applied his warnings about changing the policy of "normalization" towards Cuba.
TTC Special: Trump will dictate measures against the “thaw” with Cuba, sources in Washington announced
US President Donald Trump will revert "soon" aspects of the thaw with Cuba opened by his predecessor Barack Obama but it seems that he will have to do so against the will of US businessmen with trade with the island and Congressmen, both Democrats and Republicans.
Paradisiacal Caribbean islands have a public enemy that threatens them: Crime. According to the Interamerican Development Bank survey there are five islands in the Caribbean that face the highest crime rates currently. These are the Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica and Suriname.
A conference in Cuba attended by over 200 major hotel companies, led by a majority from the United States, was a good step for the island in an effort to maintain its "boom" tourism and bring to a climax with 12 million visitors yearly at some point in the near future.