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Mar 16, 2023
The Future of Fiji’s Tourism Industry Is Green
Under turquoise seas a unique cornucopia teeming with marine life awaits those lucky enough to holiday in South Pacific nation Fiji.
Apr 6, 2022
Marhaba! Jordan Extends Welcome to Travelers
With dozens of biblical sites, Jordan strives to do a better job at courting tourists interested in religion and history.
Feb 16, 2022
In Ecuador, plans for a tourism boom
The challenge: achieving the delicate balance of tourism and environmental protection.
Feb 14, 2022
Kenya’s “Vision 2030” Eyes Access to New Markets
How the private sector is powering transformation.
Jan 31, 2022
Georgia Primed for Investment
With its business-friendly environment and skilled workforce, the country is making itself attractive to foreign investment.
Nov 24, 2021
Mortgage Finance Boosts Pakistan’s Economy
A push to build affordable homes and ease mortgage rules helps low-income families.
Aug 4, 2021
What’s Next for Pakistan’s Private Sector?
Against the backdrop of the fourth wave of the pandemic in Pakistan, Zia Ur Rehman connects with business owners and a women’s rights activist to assess the nation’s resilience.
May 25, 2021
A Ticket to Recovery: Reinventing Africa’s Tourism Industry
Capturing domestic and regional markets will help Africa’s tourism sector recover
Jun 29, 2020
South Africa’s Tourism Industry: Next Stop, Recovery?
Tourism businesses in South Africa adapt and pivot as COVID-19 keeps travel at a standstill.
Apr 15, 2018
The Tourism Potential in Papua New Guinea
While cultural tourism is one strand that could be developed further, research shows Papua New Guinea needs to increase its numbers of holiday tourists overall. Data from an IFC led International Visitor Survey (IVS) shows that Papua New Guinea today has a small pool of holiday visitors, compared to its nearby neighbors and globally.