Argentina made an outstanding trade mission in Asia

Argentina made an outstanding trade mission in Asia

The Ministry of Tourism of the Nation, through the National Institute of Tourism (INPROTUR), made an important trade mission in Asia. INPROTUR presented his work in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing (China) and Seoul (Republic of Korea) on 24, 26, 28 and October 31 respectively.

The goal was to share the wide tourism in Argentina in two large markets like Chinese and Korean. One of the goals of INPROTUR by December 2019 is to reach the arrival of more than 520,000 tourists from Asia, Oceania and Africa. In 2015, nearly 36,000 Chinese and nearly 18,000 Koreans entered our territory by air.

During the mission INPROTUR developed seminars and workshops, where the local tourism sector, especially in China, showed strong interest. The operators of this country showed optimism in Argentina after the visa waiver for Chinese tourists who have permission to enter the United States or the European Union.

Moreover, our new tourism brand, Argentina World Friendly was presented. The brand was very well received among the participants. The audience appreciated the sense of friendship and hospitality of the message. All attendees will be entertained with the different cocktails. typical Argentine products were tasted with our fine wines.

Both in China, and Korea, INPROTUR team was accompanied by Aerolineas Argentinas, the respective embassies of our country and airlines Turkish Airlines and LATAM. Similarly, in Hong Kong and Shanghai, the Argentine Consulate was present.

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