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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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Tourism Flows Inbound in Singapore

International arrivals grew by 5% in 2013; a two percentage point decline from 2012. This was attributed to the drop in business travellers as there was a cut in corporate business budgets in general, resulting in fewer business trips. In addition, ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Turkey

Inbound tourism in Turkey saw 8% volume growth in 2013, compared with only 1% growth the previous year. The major reason behind the slow growth in 2012 was the economic crisis in European countries, leading to a decline in the growth in arrivals from...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in the United Kingdom

In 2013, the number of inbound trips to the UK increased by 7% to 31 million, the highest level recorded over the review period; it has recovered the ground lost during the economic downturn and overtaken the peak level registered in 2007. Despite ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Peru

The majority of Peru’s inbound tourists tend to come from a handful of countries such as the US with 15% of arrivals in 2013 and Chile with 29%. These inbound tourists come mainly by air, although land arrivals are common from countries which border ...

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