By Bruno De Nicola, Senior Contributing Reporter
SALVADOR – The annual Travel-business study by the WTTC (World Travel and Tourism Council), an organization formed by the most important tourism entrepreneurs in the world, ranked Brazil thirteenth in the list of the biggest economies of the sector, holding the same position as last year.
The study brings to light the importance of tourism for the entire Brazilian GDP, along with its employment potential and the massive foreign income for the South American country.
Thanks to its 6,000 miles of beaches and . . .