Travel & Tourism
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The Travel and Tourism Committee is a specialized group within the US-ASEAN Business Council that focuses on issues related to the travel and tourism industry. It brings together key stakeholders from both the public and private sectors to discuss and advocate for policies and initiatives that can promote travel and tourism between the United States and ASEAN countries.
The committee aims to foster a favorable environment for the travel and tourism industry by promoting policies that facilitate increased travel, trade, and investment between the United States and ASEAN nations. This includes advocating for measures to enhance connectivity, streamline visa procedures, improve infrastructure, and create opportunities for business collaboration.
The committee engages in various activities to achieve its objectives. This includes organizing events, conferences, and meetings with industry stakeholders and government representatives. They also conduct research and analysis on relevant issues, and they provide recommendations to policymakers on ways to enhance travel and tourism relations between the United States and ASEAN.
Membership in the Travel and Tourism Committee is typically open to businesses, organizations, and individuals with a vested interest in the travel and tourism industry between the United States and ASEAN. Members can include travel agencies, airlines, hotel chains, tourism boards, and related businesses.
The committee deals with a wide range of issues and challenges that impact the travel and tourism industry. This can include topics such as visa policies, aviation agreements, infrastructure development, tourism marketing, and regulatory matters. The committee works to identify and address barriers and opportunities to enhance the growth of travel and tourism in the region.