THAG seeking $$ for expanded interior airstrips, marketing Guyana abroad

– urges government to ‘fully recognise’ role of tourism sector

Government is yet to recognize the potential of tourism in the development of the Guyana economy, President of the Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana (THAG) Christopher ‘Kit’ Nascimento has declared.

At THAG’s Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony last Friday, Nascimento said that the tourism sector is seeking more attention and more financial support for the promotion of the sector from central government.

While acknowledging that THAG had developed “an excellent, collaborative and working relationship” with  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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