Tourism is booming in the Mexican capital, Mexico, and it’s growing fast.
Mexico City is a major tourist destination and its economic power has made it one of the top five cities in Latin America.
But tourism has also been hit by an influx of migrants and expats who have come to work in the country.
In 2014, the number of foreign visitors to Mexico City doubled from 12 million to 31 million.
Tourism has been a major source of income for the city.
It has also become one of its most lucrative industries, and in 2015, the city’s tourism revenue increased by 7.5 percent over 2014.
But that’s not all.
Tourism also contributes to Mexico’s economic growth, and this year, the Mexican government is planning to build an international airport to serve foreign tourists.
The International Airport of Mexico (IAMN), which will be built at the airport, is expected to create up to 500,000 jobs.
Mexico’s tourism sector is also being hit by the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
Since the beginning of the year, there have been nearly 2,000 confirmed cases of Ebola in the region.
Since 2014, there has been an increase in the number and frequency of the cases, and the health authorities have warned that there are likely to be more outbreaks in the coming years.
With these recent cases, tourism is in danger.
According to data from the Mexican Association of Tourism Companies (ATC), tourism revenues in Mexico decreased by almost 5 percent in the first half of this year compared to the same period last year.
Tourism, which was up nearly 4 percent, is a key source of economic growth for Mexico City.
In 2015, there were nearly 4 million foreign visitors in Mexico, with around 40 percent coming from the United States.
In 2016, the US accounted for about 8 percent of the country’s foreign visitors.
The Mexican government plans to build the airport to accommodate foreign tourists, but a major problem with the airport is that it is too small to accommodate large numbers of passengers.
In February 2018, the IACC reported that only 12 percent of foreign tourists will be able to use the airport.
That’s because the Iacom’s Airport Authority has not yet allocated the necessary funds to construct the airport at a cost of $2.5 billion.
If the airport isn’t constructed by 2019, there won’t be enough room for the airport’s passengers, the airport will have to close and there will be a reduction in flights to and from Mexico City, as well as a reduction of foreign travel.
The IACCM also reported that in 2016, Mexico lost $3.6 billion in tourism revenue due to the Ebola pandemic, which contributed to a sharp decline in the amount of tourists coming to the country for business and leisure.
There are other problems with the project.
The airport is too far from major metropolitan areas, including Mexico City and Mexico City International Airport.
And it is not equipped to accommodate all of the passengers coming to Mexico.
In addition, there is a lack of capacity at the existing airport.
According in its report, IACM estimated that the Iaconic Airport has capacity for 1.5 million passengers, which is only a third of the required capacity of the airport for passenger flights.
There will be another problem with expanding the airport in 2019: the construction costs are high.
The current airport is estimated to cost $1.4 billion.
That means that it will cost the government $1,400 per passenger in 2019.
The government will also have to pay for the new airport to be built and operate it.
This will further reduce the revenue that Mexico can collect from tourists.
In 2018, there was a $1 billion deficit for the Mexican economy, according to the latest IMF projections.
That deficit has grown to $4.2 billion this year.
The situation is not likely to improve in 2019, and there is no clear end in sight to the economic crisis.
The Government has already started to increase the tax on foreign tourists and has introduced new taxes for businesses, such as a 1 percent excise tax on all goods imported from outside of the EU.
It is not clear how this will affect tourism in 2019 and beyond.
However, if the economic situation worsens in 2019 or 2020, the situation will worsen even further.
Tourism in Mexico City The Mexican tourism industry is also facing an increase of expats.
According a 2016 report from the IACC, the average number of expatriates in Mexico in 2017 was 15,700.
By 2020, that number was forecast to grow to 22,400.
The number of international students in Mexico increased by 17.3 percent in 2018, and that number is projected to increase by 21 percent in 2019 according to a survey from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography.
A study from the University of Texas at Austin showed that the number to date of expat students in the US has increased by nearly 70 percent.
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