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Why the World Cup cannot save Brazil's tourism industry

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For soccer fans flocking to Confederations Cup matches in Brazil's tropical northeast next week, getting tickets to the stadium should be simple - but two in three will not find accommodations in the host city Recife.

Officials are sending visitors as far as 120 kilometers (75 miles) inland to spend the night, a detour on par with staying in Philadelphia for a New York Knicks game.


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Brazil economy: The World Cup's uncertain legacy


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Christophe CHARRADE & Paul LESTRADE's curator insight, February 25, 2014 10:39 AM

This article describes the uncertain legacy of the World Cup in Brazil and in particular the subject of stadiums. 

 

Source : Europresse.com

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World Cup Tourist Spending Expected to Top $3 Billion

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Brazil forecasts that the estimated 3.7 million people expected to visit during the World Cup, including Brazilian and foreign tourists, will boost the country's economy to the tune of $3.03bn.


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POLL-World Cup to give very modest boost to Brazil's economy - Sowetan

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2014 FIFA World Cup Expected To Add $3.03 Billion To Brazil's Economy - Forbes

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MercoPress 2014 FIFA World Cup Expected To Add $3.03 Billion To Brazil's Economy Forbes An estimated 3.7 million people are expected to travel throughout Brazil during the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and it is believed that the average foreign tourist...
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Brazil Launches Global Tourism Campaign Before the World Cup

Brazil Launches Global Tourism Campaign Before the World Cup | World Cup 2014 Economy | Scoop.it

"Brazil is launching a global tourism campaign that wants to build excitement for the World Cup as well as position the country as a destination outside of the games."

 


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What The World Cup Will Do To Brazil's Economy - All News Is Global

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What The World Cup Will Do To Brazil's Economy - Worldcrunch - Great stories from the world's best news sources

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Christophe CHARRADE & Paul LESTRADE's curator insight, February 24, 2014 4:59 PM

Worldcrunch, News website, made a survey of economists to determine the positive and negative impacts of the 2014 World Cup.

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What will the 2014 Fifa World Cup mean for Brazil's young people? - The Guardian

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Brazil World Cup Expected To Add $3 Billion To Country's Economy - SportsBusiness Daily (subscription)

Brazil World Cup Expected To Add $3 Billion To Country's Economy - SportsBusiness Daily (subscription) | World Cup 2014 Economy | Scoop.it
Brazil World Cup Expected To Add $3 Billion To Country's Economy SportsBusiness Daily (subscription) Research findings by Brazil's Ministry of Tourism revealed that an estimated 3.7 million people "are expected to travel throughout Brazil during...
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World Cup Attendees Expected to Spend $2,500 Each in Brazil

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Foreign tourists headed to Brazil for the World Cup next month are expected to spend $2,500 a person, according to new research from Brazil’s Ministry of T (Spending in the range of a hefty $2,500 per traveller for the #WorldCup.
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