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November 29, 2016 - The Globe and Mail

Canada-Cuba Tourism Industry Braces for Change - by Rachelle Younglai

The United States started scheduled commercial flights to Havana this week, the first set of regular trips that are expected to drive up costs for Canadians vacationing in Cuba.

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November 20, 2016 - CRIENGLISH

Latin America - A New Frontier for China's Tourism Sector - by Victor Ning

The continued growth of Chinese tourism spending is said to be prompting countries throughout Latin America to try to bank on the region's increased global popularity in recent years to convince more Chinese people to make the journey half-way around the world.

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The Chilean Export Promotion Bureau (ProChile) in Shanghai organized its first-ever event in the city on Tuesday to promote tourism and products of Chile. Over 30 representatives from the media, travel agencies and industries were introduced to the rich ethnicity, natural wonders and culinary experience that Chile offers.

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November 16, 2016 - Paste Magazine

The Takeaway: Argentina - by Sarra Sedghi

Argentina hangs on the opposite end of the earth, and as this hemisphere approaches winter, South America enjoys warmer days and offers plenty of warmth to bring back home.

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November 15, 2016 - The Wall Street Journal

Want to Climb a 19,000-foot Mountain? In Bolivia, Even Rank Amateurs Can - by Henry Wismayer

Bolivia's Huayna Potosi is a (somewhat) gentle giant - it's easy enough for amateurs to climb but heart-thumping enough to earn them bragging rights.

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