BY JULIAN RYALL
TOKYO — Geo-political events and business decisions have conspired against Guam’s tourism industry in the last few months, but the Guam Visitors Bureau put on a brave face at Japan’s largest annual travel event.
“Guam has been in the news a lot recently, so I would say that we are perhaps the best-known destination in the world at the moment,” said Antonio Muna Jr., vice president of GVB.
“We are back in Japan to put our best foot forward, to get the message across that Guam is safe and that . . .
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