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Tourism Flows Inbound in Thailand

Overall, tourism flows inbound in Thailand showed an impressive number reaching 22.5 million trips in 2012. This was the first time in history that such a huge number of arrivals were recorded in Thailand and it created the new highest record for ...

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Online Travel in the BRICS Presentation

Despite recent headline news about the slowdown experienced in the BRICS economies, these countries continue to command strong appeal. BRICS consumers are moving online in their droves and together make up 38% of the world’s netizens. For travel ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Russia

On 2 August 2011, the then Prime Minister Vladimir Putin signed the new federal target programme entitled Domestic and Inbound Tourism Development 2011-2018. The stated goal of this programme is to increase the number of arrivals in Russia six-fold ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Kenya

The pre-election jitters within the international community gave rise to travel warnings from governments for Kenya, which bottlenecked incoming tourist flows, especially leisure incoming tourists. This followed the violence experienced within the ...

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Tourism Flows Inbound in Hong Kong, China

The number of inbound arrivals in Hong Kong increased by 7% in 2012, rising to 24 million. Growth in inbound tourism flows is being supported by the Hong Kong government through its agency the Hong Kong Tourism Board, which is constantly investing in...

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Global Cruise Briefing: The Calm After the Storm

Following a period of intensive discounting and low operational margins, cruise companies switched their businesses strategies to focus on value for money offers with great success in 2011 and 2012. This, coupled, with a growing presence in emerging ...

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Online Travel in the BRICS

Online travel sales are experiencing robust growth in all BRIC countries, favoured by rising disposable incomes and growing internet penetration, and by the advent of tech savvy middle classes longing to explore the world. Air bookings are currently ...

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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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East Africa: Poised for Growth

Tourism arrivals to East Africa grew by 5% in 2012 and continued growth is expected over the forecast period. Good economic growth is bringing new source markets to East Africa, such as the BRICs, and rising disposable incomes and urbanisation are ...

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