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Brazil Expecting 5 Million Foreigners in 2004

Brazil’s businessmen in the tourism sector are optimistic about the next three months. A survey released by the Ministry of Tourism shows that 63 percent of those interviewed expect more business and revenue in hotels and tourist agencies. The survey was conducted by the Fundação Getúlio Vargas and interviewed 821 businesses.

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