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Health and Wellness Tourism in Poland

The current value growth of 10% recorded in medical tourism in 2013 by was a key trend in health and wellness tourism in 2013. Foreign tourists are visiting Poland more often to receive medical treatment such as cosmetic surgery, dental treatments ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Slovenia

Health and wellness tourism registered a 4% decline in current value sales in 2013. Such a performance can be mainly explained by the reduced number of foreign tourists visiting health and wellness centres in Slovenia. Whilst the number of local ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Australia

Health and wellness tourism in Australia grew by 15% in 2013, a significant increase from the 5% value growth experienced in 2012. This was also the strongest growth experienced by health and wellness tourism since 2007. Whilst also segments of ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Ireland

The unfavourable economic conditions blighting Ireland and the wider world economy continued to have a negative impact on health and wellness tourism in Ireland, and spas in particular, which recorded further declines of 1% in value terms in 2013. ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Germany

Health and wellness tourism in Germany grew steadily in 2013. Positive performances were seen from medical tourism, hotel/resort spas and other spas. Health and wellness continued to be a megatrend in Germany, and travel and tourism-related offers ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia boasts one of the biggest beauty markets in the region, with Saudi women being the biggest spenders on beauty products and treatments. Expenditure, which used to be limited to beauty products and simple salon services such as ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in the US

Health and wellness tourism experienced positive growth in all categories in 2013 and the total industry increased by 2%. Destination spas saw the fastest current value growth of 4% in 2013, but represents only 4% of the US spa industry. Meanwhile ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Indonesia

Medical facilities in Indonesia have been under continuous development, with more treatments being available in-country compared to abroad. Many wealthy Indonesians have been opting for medical treatments overseas for more complicated diseases. ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in the Netherlands

Health and wellness tourism and medical tourism specifically remain highly underdeveloped in the Netherlands. There remain very few specialist outlets for health and wellness tourism operating in the Netherlands. The country does not have a strong ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Japan

Health and wellness tourism registered a 4% increase in current value sales in 2013. Current value sales of medical tourism and spas grew by 3% and 4% respectively. Spas outperformed medical tourism, accounting for a 99% share of retail value sales. ...

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