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Why does Portugal appeal to investors?

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portugal porto riverA report by The Global Residence and Citizenship Programs 2017–2018 shows that Portugal currently has the world’s top residence-by-investment program.

Mauritius Prime Minister meets with Alain St.Ange of Seychelles

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StAnge MauritiusPMThe Mauritius Prime Minister Hon Pravind Jugnauth on May 24 welcomed Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles former Minister responsible for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine and now head of the Saint Ange Tourism Consultancy at his Port Louis City Centre Prime Ministers Offices.

Empire State Building lights up today for National Travel and Tourism Week

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national travel tourism week2018National Travel and Tourism Week 2018 (NTTW) kicked off on Sunday, with hundreds of events planned by cities and destinations across the country. New York City’s Empire State Building will light up in red—the official color of the travel industry— on May 8 in celebration of Travel Rally Day.

Hawaii Tourism Introduces Work From Hawaii - New Residency Program

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National data reveals more Americans are choosing to work remotely to accommodate demanding careers, but a new survey may indicate that working from home has taken on a new meaning, with employees spending more time in unique (and sometimes far off locations) to drive productivity.

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Jeju Island goes Carbon Free

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20 pure electric buses have been launched on Udo Island. While the buses were first introduced earlier in the year, the official launch was held on April 10. According to BYD, the company who makes the buses, this is the largest project of its kind in Northeast Asia.

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Worlds of Flavor Continues to Shape American Dining

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When The Culinary Institute of America began its Worlds of Flavor® International Conference and Festival in 1998, American chefs had little exposure—or ways to gain it—to authentic culinary cultures from as far afield as Tunisia, India, Peru, or Mexico.

CIA pit cookingMaori chef Monique Fiso of New Zealand and Native American chef Sean Sherman of the Lakota Sioux Nation (holding shovel) demonstrate traditional pit cooking during the 2018 Worlds of Flavor® International Conference and Festival at The Culinary Institute of America in St. Helena, CA.

China ahead of USA is the biggest spender in the world

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luxury shopping asiansThe latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer finds out that virtually all source markets reported higher tourism spending in 2017, reflecting continued strong demand for international tourism across all world regions.

UNWTO asks G20 leaders to include tourism in their agenda

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The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) joined the Ministers of Tourism of the G20 economies meeting in Buenos Aires in calling upon the G20 leaders to consider including tourism in their Agenda for its capacity to create more and better jobs.

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Buenos Aires Celebrates Global Malbec Day

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Argentines love wine, especially their signature Malbec. The Argentine capital celebrates Global Malbec Day (April 17) with Malbec Week, a week of wine-filled festivities from April 16 – 22 that will celebrate its fourth edition this year.

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A new fund to boost Scotland's rural tourism

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Scotland Neist point on skyeA new fund designed to help rural areas in Scotland invest in the quality of their tourism offering opens to applications. Administered by VisitScotland, the Scottish Government Rural Tourism Infrastructure Fund will support sustainable, well planned, inspiring and collaborative infrastructure projects to enable more visitors to enjoy Scotland’s rural communities.

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