Travel and tourism industry leaders last week told a Congressional panel that the United States still faces a daunting task in attracting international visitors. Speaking before the House Subcommittee on Trade, Tourism and Economic Development on the “State of the U.S. Tourism Industry,” Jonathan M. Tisch, chairman, The Travel Business Roundtable and chairman and CEO, Loews Hotels, said that travel barriers to, and within, the United States continue to impede international traffic into the ...

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