International visitors to U.S. spent $14.4B in March

05/6/2013 | United Press International

International tourists visiting the U.S. spent more than $14.4 billion in March, an almost 3% increase in spending compared to March 2012. "So far this year, international visitor spending in the United States has markedly outpaced U.S. spending abroad by more than $13 billion, which continues our momentum from 2012's record-setting year," Deputy Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank said in a statement.

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