Peru’s tourism industry protests in the streets and demands sector reactivation

The National Chamber of Tourism claims that 2 million jobs and 100,000 formal businesses have been lost.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In protest against the measures they consider unfair for its reactivation -which include deferrals, reduced capacity and schedules, as well as inconsistent decisions regarding the organization of events-, Peruvian tourism associations took to the streets. The National Chamber of Tourism (CANATUR) called for a large national motorcade to highlight the industry's critical situation.

"We are not going to recover soon and we have already lost almost 2 million workers, in addition to 100,000 formal companies," said Carlos Canales, president of Peru's National Chamber of Tourism (CANATUR), during the protest organized on Friday, March . . .

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