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Egypt's tourism recovery is not enough

Egypt's Tourism Industry, once a main source of income, has suffered due to the political turmoil. Currently it's slowly recovering but that's not enough.
Nouran ElBehairy | 06.12.2014



Egyptian Minister of Tourism Hesham Zazoua and tourism experts argue that the current rate of tourism recovery is not enough. Experts describe tourism as a 'volatile' industry that's greatly affected by any unrest; thus the country's economy can't depend on it primarily. However, revival of tourism in Egypt is essential and the country already has the infrastructure and expertise in the industry.

Video courtesy of Voice of America