Mexico to host inaugural WTTC Regional Summit

Mexico to host inaugural WTTC Regional Summit

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has confirmed it will hold its first Regional Summit on May 16th-18th in 2012 in Mexico.

The event will be hosted in Cancun, Quintana Roo by the Mexican Ministry of Tourism.

The WTTC Americas Summit will cover North, Central, South America and the Caribbean and will be held immediately after the T20 Ministers Meeting, which will be held on May 14th-15th 2012 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

In partnership with the Mexican Secretaría de Turismo (SECTUR), WTTC will invite high-level delegates from the public and private sector to debate a range of global travel and tourism issues in the Americas regional context.

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