By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, November 17th, Brazil’s Ministry of Tourism announced that for 2016 it has made significant investments to strengthen Brazil’s tourism infrastructure. In this calendar year the Ministry has so far unveiled over one thousand new or renovated tourism-related works in 24 states across the country at an estimated cost of about R$570 million.
“We are committed to increasing the supply of tourism-related services, ensuring the right conditions for the sector to develop in a coordinated and sustainable way," said Minister of Tourism, Marx Beltrão . . .