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Tourist Attractions in Japan

The number of visitors to tourist attractions in Japan grew by 2% in 2013 to generate current value sales of ¥979.5 billion. Theme/amusement parks posted the fastest current value sales growth of 7% in 2013. This strong growth was thanks to the ...

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Tourist Attractions in Venezuela

In 2013, the number of tourist attraction visitors increased by 2% - a decline from the 8% recorded in 2012. The rise in current value sales in 2013 was driven by important increases in spending per person for specific events such as circuses or more...

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Tourist Attractions in Taiwan

Arrivals registered a very marginal increase in terms of the number of trips in 2013, largely due to China’s new travel law, implemented to regulate fairer trade between travel agencies and tourists. The new law prohibits travel agencies from ...

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Tourist Attractions in Argentina

Tourist attractions were visited by more than 45 million people in 2013, 9% more than in 2012, with expenditure reaching ARS4.2 billion, mainly due to growing domestic tourism flows and increasing prices as a result of high inflation. In addition, in...

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Tourist Attractions in Brazil

In 2013, tourist attractions sales increased by a relatively weak 4% to reach R$1,325 million. The uncertain economic environment and increasing indebtedness of middle-income tourists had a negative impact on domestic demand for tourist attractions. ...

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Tourist Attractions in Chile

The number of people visiting tourist attractions reduced by 1% in 2013. The main reason for the decline was the reduction in the number of people that visited casinos, which fell by 20% in 2013. The remaining tourist attractions registered growth in...

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Tourist Attractions in Singapore

2013 tourist attractions rose in performance based on new attractions and new legislation in Singapore. As Sentosa and Mandai district (Western-part of Singapore) expanded with new nature-themed attractions like River Safari, tourist attractions ...

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Tourist Attractions in Turkey

In 2013 the number of people visiting tourist attractions in Turkey increased by 8%, compared with a CAGR of 6% in the review period. The developments in domestic and inbound tourism in the country had a direct effect on the performance of tourist ...

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Tourist Attractions in the United Kingdom

There was a significant increase in arrivals to the UK in 2013. The legacy of the London 2012 Olympic Games, alongside focused marketing from VisitBritain in Russia, China and Brazil, certainly played a part in this. Additionally, a number of royal ...

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Tourist Attractions in Peru

During 2013, the number of visitors to Machu Picchu increased by 6% as the ancient ruins accounted for 17% of total visits to tourist attractions in Peru. This was followed by Ciudad del Inca, which is located in relatively close proximity to Machu ...

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