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Tourism Flows Inbound in Norway

Due to economic crisis in Europe, countries such as Spain and Italy decreased the number of visits to Norway. Germany was another country which opted for other destinations. Italy accounted for the highest decrease in the number of trips with 8% in ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Israel

Inbound tourism shows higher growth in both volume and current value terms in 2013 than in 2012, for a number of reasons. 2012 was greatly affected by the political distress from the “Pillar of Defence” mission, whilst 2013 was only slightly ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Bulgaria

An increased number of visitors from neighbouring Romania and Greece contributed most towards strong growth of inbound trips to Bulgaria in 2013. Although traditionally strong source markets for Bulgarian tourism, Russia and Ukraine, did not perform ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Greece

Coverage in the Chinese media drove a boost in arrivals from China in 2013. With a number of Chinese celebrities having chosen Greece as a background setting to promote their new works, the popularity of Greece as a holiday destination among Chinese ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Sweden

2013 was a strong year for tourism flows inbound in Sweden with a 6% increase in trips noted. Sweden has a particular value as a shopping destination for neighbouring countries such as Denmark and Norway. Sweden’s vast and unspoilt landscape appeals ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Ecuador

Inbound trips grew 7% in 2013 to 1,366,000. Colombia and the US represent the two most important tourism sources for Ecuador in terms of trips, making up 25% and 18% of inbound tourists, respectively. Despite its large share of tourists, Colombia saw...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Finland

Arrivals continued to perform positively in 2013, with the number of trips growing by 1%. This was a significantly lower rate than the CAGR of 3% during the review period. This was partly due to growth of arrivals from Russia slowing down, but also ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Denmark

Tourism flows inbound to Denmark decreased by 1% in terms of number of trips in 2013. The number of international arrivals into Denmark decreased for the second year in a row. The category performance continues to be weakened by the decline in the ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in China

Since the deep impact of the international financial crisis was yet to end as at the end of the review period, arrivals in China recorded a decline of 3% in 2013 in terms of the number of inbound trips. The financial crisis resulted in weaker job ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Canada

As economic recovery remains elusive in the US and EU, inbound trends for Canadian tourism continue to shift. Inbound flows from European countries, the traditional strong markets for visitors to Canada, declined in 2013, with visitors from the UK ...

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