Foreign spending drops to the worst level in 17 years; tourism sector fears Brazil’s isolation

Fabio Bentes, CNC economist and responsible for the research, evaluates that 2021 is already another lost year for Brazilian tourism in relation to revenue generation.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The perception is that the increase of infections and deaths associated with the delay in vaccination tends to leave the country out of the international itineraries for a longer period than initially expected.

Companies that work with tourism in Brazil have already accounted for heavy losses with the pandemic, and now they fear for the future. The perception is that the increase in infections and deaths associated with the delay in vaccination tends to leave the country out of the international itineraries for a longer period than the one initially predicted.

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