America Has a Foreign Tourism Problem
As more international travelers decide to skip the United States, 10 business associations, includes the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Restaurant Association, have created a passage industry group aimed at reversing the growing unpopularity of the U.S. as a vacation destination.
Historically, the U.S. would just like to to sit back and cause foreign tourists and their coin roll in. Over the past few years, though, that gravy train will start to dry up, a trend that intensified as President Donald Trump began to make good on campaign promises to restrict migration. As a develop, professions that make up the multibillion-dollar industry relying on that revenue have grown increasingly nervous.
So on Tuesday, some of its biggest participates launched the” Visit U.S. Coalition” to stimulus the Trump administration into ordaining friendlier visa and border-security programmes at a time when federal agencies are doing the opposite.