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The city estimates that 36.4 million people will visit NYC this year.
NYC's tourism arm noted that it took global travel four years to fully recover after September 11, 2001.
A projected drop in foreign tourism could lead to the city losing out on a chunk of tax money, an official from NYC & Company testifies yesterday.
Get out and explore the city—there's a lot you haven't seen yet!
They came, they saw, they left billions of dollars in our local economy!
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Since Mayor Bloomberg took office New York City's tourism industry has boomed—a record-breaking 50 million visitors are expected this year—but what do we do if the bubble bursts?
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