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Brazil Tries Tailor-Made Tourism

Brazil’s Ministry of Tourism is conducting surveys in international markets to define the preferences of foreign tourists and to find out what they expect from Brazil.

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    David Quinton
    We are thinking of making some personal investments in Brazil that would cater to the Brazillian tourist industry. Where can I get statistics on tourism in Brazil. Example: Most popular cities for tourists, average hotel prices, climates, crime rates, real estate info, etc.

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