Tired of tourists: Protests highlight challenges of a changing industry
Visitors heading to some of Europe's most popular travel destinations were in for a shock this summer, as locals took to the streets in protest. Kate Moody talks to Gloria Guevara, a former Mexican tourism minister, about how countries can balance their need for tourist spending while protecting local residents.
Also in this show:
- As Washington scraps a controversial immigration programme, what role have foreign-born workers played in the US economy?
- And Singapore reaches the next level in its digital revolution. Our correspondent has been finding out about Asia's new hot spot for the gaming industry.