Mexico's President Set to Attend 11th Global Travel & Tourism Summit

President Felipe Calderon of Mexico is set to attend the 11th Global Travel & Tourism Summit from May 17-19 in Las Vegas. On day two of the summit, President Calderon will talk about his country’s “Year of Tourism 2011”, and what it means to his country’s economy.

Other speakers for the event include Doug Anderson of Carlson Wagonlit Travel; Dr. Brady Barr of the National Geographic Channel; Raymond Bickson of Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces; Louisa Bojesen of CNBC; Gary Chapman of the Emirates Group; Feng Chen of the HNA Group; Rong Chen of the International Travel Service; Costas Christ of the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards and Jeff Clarke of Travelport.

For more information on the summit, visit www.globaltraveltourism.com.

Visit www.visitmexico.com.


 

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