Spanish bank BBVA has published a study on the outlook for the tourism sector in Latin America. The study explores, among other things, how the sector could be affected by the rise of the middle classes in emerging countries.
A number of Latin American countries have become extremely popular tourist destinations in recent years. The report assesses which countries are most likely to prosper in the future as a result of the competitiveness of their tourism sectors, while also identifying each country’s main strengths and weaknesses.
For more information and to download the report, visit the BBVA website.