A report commissioned by the French Government has proposed that the country set up an institute to monitor tourism following the recent terror attacks in Paris and Nice.
The same report also proposed the establishment of a crisis centre, which could deliver reliable information to tourists in France in the event that more terror attacks will take place.
Travel in France is down by -9.6pc for the summer period following the attacks and the proposed measures are intended to halt the decline.
As one of the tier-one tourism destinations in Europe, two million people are employed across the industry in the nation.
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