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At Tianguis Turistico, Mexico Tourism Bounces Back

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Mexico’s tourism industry is bouncing back in a big way.  Mexico’s Ministry of Tourism announced in February, that 2011 was a record-breaking year in which the country saw 22.67 million international travelers, and Mexico remains the most popular tourist destination for U.S. travelers.

At the Tianguis Turistico, an annual gathering of travel industry representatives and journalists, and Latin America’s biggest trade show, Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Gloria Guevara announced that Mexico now has, “a 98 percent repeat visitor rate and 99 out of every 100 visitors recommends our destinations.”  Also reported at Tianguis was that the country received 22,000 business appointments, beating last year’s numbers by nearly 40%.

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