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February 18, 2019 - Travel Weekly

With Mexico Tourism Board closing, private sector seeks promotion options - by Jeri Clausing & Eric Moya

After months of rumors, the Mexico Tourism Board has confirmed that Mexico's federal government plans to shutter the bulk of its operations. What remains unclear is what kind of inbound tourism promotion body, if any, will replace it. That uncertainty has travel companies scrambling for alternatives to keep from losing years of momentum in building Mexico into the destination it is today.

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February 12, 2019 - SF Gate

U.S. not keeping up with boom in international travel - by Chris McGinnis

While plenty of foreign tourists are still coming to the United States, the country is not benefiting as much as other nations from an overall boom in international travel and tourism. 

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January 24, 2019 -

This New Website Gives Exclusive Military Travel Discounts - by Patricia Kime

Military personnel, retirees and their family members now have access to an exclusive discount travel website managed by Priceline.

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January 23, 2019 - The Mercury News

Orbitz’s top 10 Instagrammable bridges (Golden Gate included) - by Jessica Yadegaran

According to the online travel agency, Orbitz, there are 600,000 bridges in the United States, and no matter the reason, images of these bridges find their way into our Instagram feeds. Here are Orbitz’s top 10 most popular bridges on Instagram.

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January 17, 2019 - CBC News

Ottawa Tourism pauses marketing to China - by Sandra Abma

In response to rising tensions between Canada and China, Ottawa Tourism is pausing its marketing of the national capital region to Chinese tour operators and tourists.

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