Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO)
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Established on merger of H-XD4523 - Caribbean Tourism Research and Development Centre (CTRC), set up Sep 1974, as 'Caribbean Tourism Research Centre' and H-XD0215 - Caribbean Tourism Association (CTA), created in 1951, Curaçao. Functions under a Headquarters Agreement with the Government of Barbados. A Functional Institution of D-XD4579 - Caribbean Community (CARICOM).
Provide to and through its members the services and information necessary for development of sustainable tourism for the economic and social benefit of the Caribbean people.
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Tourism Ministerial Council; Board of Directors; Executive Sub-Committee. Caribbean Tourism Organization Foundation (CTO Foundation). Headquarters in Barbados; marketing office based in New York NY (USA) and London (UK).
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