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Mexico’s Latest Effort to Keep Its Cruise Ship Sector Afloat

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Mexico tourism commission will seek federal legislation in order to regain the country’s position in the cruise industry.

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Original Article Text From Caribbean News Digital via Google Translate:

Senate of Mexico Promotes the Cruise Industry

The Tourism Commission will seek Mexican Senate that the federal government implements a program to regain the country’s position in the cruise industry, with emphasis on the promotion of destinations in recent times affected by negative media projection in terms of safety.

Legislative sources explained that they will ask the Ministry of Tourism to implement a promotional campaign for pop port destinations have faced negative campaigning issues arising from insecurity, as Acapulco and Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, said Notimex.

The chairman of the Committee on Tourism, Felix Arturo Gonzalez Canto said that Mexico is sought by 2018 is a leading destination within the industry, by diversifying its markets, products and services, and fostering the competitiveness of companies .

He recalled that the cruise tourism product is characterized as demand grows as it does the job, so that operators innovate and produce steady improvements to maintain growth.

In recent days met figures Port Development Master Fonatur of the Port Authority (API) Cabo San Lucas 2012, anticipating a market decline in the Mexican Pacific cruises that could last until 2015, amid continued forecasts growth of this activity worldwide.

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