Hoping to increase tourism and pitch investment opportunities tied-in with the military buildup, a delegation of officials from the island are headed to Korea for a three-day business symposium next week.  Guam Visitors Bureau Chairperson Dave Tydingco says the central message of the conference will be to focus on opportunities outside the fence relating to housing and construction projects as well as possible tax incentives.

"Korea has a lot of capacity", Tydingco stated.  "They have made significant investments in Guam over the last few years, and I think there are a lot more opportunities that we can avail ourselves of by increasing Guam's capacity."