DAKAR (Reuters) - Senegal has scrapped visa requirements for foreign visitors and will slash taxes on air fares as it seeks to revive a tourism sector crippled by high costs and a regional Ebola outbreak.
The cost and administrative hassle of visas, coupled with taxes on air tickets, led to a fall in the number of visitors to the country.
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