U.S. suffers from ‘bureaucratic malaise’ in promoting travel & tourism

Since terrorist attacks in 2001, the government has made it far more difficult for foreigners to travel to the U.S., costing the nation tens of billions in lost revenue and hundreds of thousands of jobs, according to J.W. Marriott, Jr., the longtime CEO of Marriott International Inc.  “We’ve become a risk-averse country,” said Marriott, speakingContinue reading “U.S. suffers from ‘bureaucratic malaise’ in promoting travel & tourism”