Study: Passport rule could cost Caribbean $2.6 billion yearly

06/6/2005 | CNN · Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

A new rule requiring Americans to have passports when re-entering the U.S. from nearby destinations could cause the Caribbean tourism industry to lose up to $2.6 billion each year, according to a World Travel and Tourism Council study. An official with the Caribbean Hotel Association, which commissioned the study, said last-minute travel is likely to be particularly affected by the rule.

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