Foreigners alienated by U.S. entry experience

11/2/2007 |

Foreign visitors are collectively deciding that coming to the U.S. is more trouble than it is worth, according to the Discover America campaign. "Since Sept. 11, 2001, the United States has experienced a 17% decline in overseas travel, costing America $94 billion in lost visitor spending, nearly 200,000 jobs and $16 billion in lost tax revenue," said Discover America. The group called on government officials to work with the private sector to make foreigners entering the country feel more welcome.

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