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Mexican tourism affected one year on from swine flu

Airlines and hotels across Mexico suddenly emptied 12 months ago when Mexico became the first country to report a swine flu outbreak.

To make matters worse, the tourism industry also had to cope with the global recession and gang warfare in the north of the country.

Amandeep Bhangu finds out if Mexico has any chance of drawing the visitors back.

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