Fee for overseas visitors kicks in as criticism continues

09/8/2010 | Bloomberg · CNN

A $14 fee for overseas visitors to the U.S. is expected to generate roughly $105 million annually. The money will go toward promoting incoming travel, but critics say it doesn't make sense. Cecilia Malmstroem, European commissioner for home affairs, called the fee "inconsistent with the commitment of the U.S. to facilitate trans-Atlantic mobility," saying it will be "an additional onus for European citizens traveling to the U.S."

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