Leaders of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association have voiced commitment to working with US president-elect Donald Trump on making tourism a “far greater force”.
The region’s public and private sectors have collaborated on security, transportation the lifting of the US trade embargo on Cuba and energy efficiency.
Chta president Karolin Troubetzkoy and chief executive Frank Comito said in a joint message to Trump: “Tourism is a common thread which binds the Caribbean and the US, generating employment, entrepreneurial activity and foreign exchange for our region while contributing to US exports and economic activity.
“The Chta is committed to working with the US government, Caribbean governments, our public sector counterparts, the Caribbean Tourism Organisation and US regional and global travel industry stakeholders to advance policy priorities, initiatives and an environment which stimulates tourism.
“We wish you great success in your presidency and look forward to working with the US government towards making tourism a far greater force to the benefit of our industry and the people of the Caribbean and the USA.”
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