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NEW YORK CITY—New York City’s tourism industry set a host of new records last year, including attracting a record number of tourists in 2017, an increase of 2.3 million visitors over the previous year.

New York City, in fact saw a record 49.7 million domestic visitors in 2017 and another 13.1 million international visitors, also another high-water market for the city. Last year’s tourism results marked the eighth consecutive year of growth for New York City’s tourism sector.

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