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Tourism Flows Inbound in Malaysia

Despite worries over the global economy, including the European debt crisis, the number of arrivals to Malaysia increased in 2012. Although the number of trips made by incoming tourists only increased by 1% in 2012, this was still encouraging ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Indonesia

The number of tourism arrivals continues to be boosted by the “Visit Indonesia” campaign which was launched back in 2010. The exotic destinations offered by Indonesia and the country’s diverse cultures, breath taking landscapes and hospitality are ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in the US

Arrivals from Asian and Latin American countries increased substantially in 2012. Arrivals from Japan increased by 16%, pulling close to the UK as the fourth largest source market. Over 2010-2012, the currencies of China, Japan and South Korea ...

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How BRICS Consumers Behave

With growing economies, rising incomes and expanding middle classes, the five emerging countries that form the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) offer a wealth of potential for consumer goods companies facing stagnant demand in the ...

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