We've been duly chastised for the editorial that appeared in this space in the Jan. 19 issue of the Journal. The piece imaginatively titled "So far so good "" took the Guam-centric view that the mid-January announcement by Department of Homeland Security officials about their new visa-waiver rules held promise for the Guam tourism market. The officials' announcement that the first step of a two-step process has been taken toward including China and Russia in a regional visa-waiver program does hold the promise of opening the two markets to Guam . . .
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