WASHINGTON The National Restaurant Association called President Obama's signing of the Travel Promotion Act on Thursday a "major victory for the restaurant and hospitality industries." The TPA was designed to increase international travel to the United States by creating a national tourism board to manage advertising and other promotional initiatives. It is estimated that the number of foreign visitors coming to the United States has declined by about 10 percent over the past decade. ...

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