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Tourism Flows Inbound in Saudi Arabia

International arrivals to Saudi Arabia increased by 11% in 2013, to reach 18 million trips. This was significant growth compared with the review period, when the number of trips witnessed a CAGR of 2%. Saudi Arabia is heavily dependent on religious ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in the US

International arrivals increased by 3% in 2013 to reach 69 million trips. Growth was driven by arrivals from Asian and Latin American countries like China, South Korea, Brazil and Argentina. Arrivals from these two regions represented the top eight ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Indonesia

International arrivals to Indonesia grew at a robust double digit rate in 2013. The global recession primarily affected mature countries and slowed down growth rates for international arrivals in the past few years. Consequently, the recovery of the ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in the Netherlands

The number of inbound arrivals into the Netherlands exceeded 12 million for the first time ever during 2013. The number of tourist arrivals in the country increased by 3% in 2013 despite the fact that many of the major source countries for inbound ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Japan

Tourism flows inbound reached 10 million trips for the first time in 2013. While the weaker Japanese yen has boosted the number of visitors to Japan, the government and various tourist organisations continued to invest in promotional campaigns to ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Venezuela

In February 2013, the official exchange rate was adjusted from Bs4.30 to Bs6.30 per USD. Although the 46% correction was helpful in alleviating the overvaluation of the domestic currency, it was not enough to restore the competitive position of ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Taiwan

In October 2013, China’s new travel law was implemented to regulate fairer trade between travel agencies and tourists. The new law prohibits travel agencies from offering low-priced tours and then marking-up their profit margins by obtaining ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Argentina

During 2013, international arrivals continued to decline. In 2013, 5.5 million tourists arrived in Argentina, 2% less than in 2012, and spent ARS25 billion, 11% more than in 2012. This can mainly be attributed to rising prices. During 2013, the ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Brazil

In 2013, Brazil reached a historic record of 6.1 million international arrivals, breaking the mark of five million tourist visitors a year that Brazil has had since 2005. The six-millionth visitor arrived in the country on 5 December and came from ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Chile

Tourist arrivals in 2013 were very similar in number to those of 2012. Although visitors from some countries showed strong growth, including Venezuela (43%) and Spain (13%), the countries that represent the majority of arrivals did not grow at such ...

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