Global Tourism Forecasts to the Year 2000 and Beyond

South Asia (World Tourism Forecasting Series) by World Tourism Organization

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Objectives. • to identify the key trends in tourism supply and demand worldwide and by region; and • their impact on the various sectors of the tourism trades; together with. In the same year, the United States’ travel and tourism industry directly contributed the highest amount to global GDP, with a total of billion U.S.

dollars. TOURISM DEMAND ANALYSIS AND FORECASTS A. Tourism Sector Context 1. International visitor arrivals in Viet Nam exceeded million ina 14% increase compared to The direct contribution of travel and tourism to GDP is % and is expected to be % in International tourism receipts reached an all-time high of.

This statistic shows the global international tourism revenue from to Ininternational tourism revenue amounted to trillion U.S. dollars. and hotel taxes. Tourism is a significant employer in those PIC11 where tourism is a major industry.

South Pacific Tourism Organization (SPTO) estimates indicate the highest levels of employment in Tonga, 15 percent, Samoa, 18 percent, and Palau, 50 percent.

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The World Tourism Organisation (WTO) forecasts over one billion arrivals in versus approximately million today (See Exhibit below). Worldwide long-distance travel is likely to grow faster (% each year) than travel within regions (%).

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The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) estimates that internationally there were just 25 million tourist arrivals in 68 years later this number has increased to billion international arrivals per year. This is a fold increase.

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Madrid, Spain: World Tourism Organization, ©(OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: World Tourism Organization. ISBN: INTERNATIONAL TOURISM: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE World Tourism Organization in cooperation with WTO Education Network at University of Hawaii at Manoa, U.S.A.

University of Calgary, Canada James Cook University, Australia Editor: CHUCK Y. GEE Dean School of Travel Industry Management University of Hawaii at Manoa Co-Editor: EDUARDO FAYOS-SOLÁ. WTO forecasts of international travel to (x ). % annual WTO Region growth base year forecast Africa 4,0 7 11 Americas East Asia and the Pacific Europe Middle East South Asia Total Source: WTO by: 3.

This book offers insight into important trends in the global travel and tourism industry and analyzes developments in the aviation and hospitality industry, destination management and general.

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The global tourism industry is further envisioned to witness a year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth rate of % and reach Billion (% of GDP) by The revenue generated from visitor exports is also projected to upsurge from USD 1, Billion in to USD 2, Billion in.

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Europe accounted for around half of the estimated billion international tourist arrivals worldwide in $ / Year $ / Year expenditures in the U.S. ; Projected travel.Global sports and game events is another driving factor for the global tourism market.

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