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Tourism Flows Inbound in Spain

2012 was another great year for international arrivals in Spain. The country has become very popular as a touristic destination because of the variety of its offer. Spain is popular amongst all kinds of tourists: low-cost, luxury, cultural, ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in India

The US, the UK and France remained the leading source countries for inbound travel to India in 2012, as large student and working expatriate populations reside in these countries. Also, the concept of gaining a visa on arrival to India for tourists ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Portugal

In 2012 Portugal saw an increase in the number of arrivals with inbound trips increasing by 3%. That said, this was a slower performance than that seen in 2011 when inbound trips increased by nearly 5%. Portuguese Mediterranean weather and gastronomy...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Egypt

Temporary abatement of the political unrest seen in Egypt during the 2011 revolution resulted in 17% growth in the number of arrivals in 2012 compared to the 37% decline seen in the previous year. However, the rise to power of the Muslim Brotherhood ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Croatia

2012 saw an increase in both number of trips (arrivals were up by 5%) and value sales, with incoming tourist receipts rising by 10%. With the post-recession period shifting Croatia into the Mediterranean spotlight, the country has taken advantage of ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Vietnam

In 2012, the number of arrivals to Vietnam increased by 6% to reach more than 6.2 million trips. This growth rate was much lower than in 2011, mainly due to the economic downturn, which negatively affected budgets all over the world. On 30 December ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in New Zealand

The number of inbound arrivals in New Zealand increased by marginally in 2012, remaining on 2.6 million. The European sovereign debt crisis and the many other macroeconomic and structural issues which are plaguing several European countries ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in the Philippines

Incoming arrivals in the Philippines increased by 11% in 2012, while incoming tourist receipts increased in current terms by 8%. This positive growth can be attributed to the fact that the profile of the Philippines as a global travel and tourism ...

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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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How BRICS Consumers Behave

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 West. However, these markets are far from homogeneous and each has its...

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