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‘Trump not responsible for negative impact on American tourism industry'

2 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

According to the Global Business Travel Assocaition the number of international visits to America fell by around 5% creating a loss of £140million a week to the US economy. During the first six months of 2017 arrivals went down by 4% as per the United Nations World Tourism Organisation .
Trump Slump or the fall in visitor numbers was due to the President's outspoken views and attempt to prohibit travel from seven Muslin-majority countries to enter the US.
Tom Garzilli, chief marketing officer for Brand USA, the country's tourist board stated that that Trump was not deterring visitors and...
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