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1989 proved a successful year for tourism in Austria. Income was 10% higher than in 1988 at 143 000 million sch. German, Dutch and Italian tourists dominated visitor numbers. An account is given of Austrian travel agencies and hotels and the activity of the International Tourist Agency in Vienna....

Author(s)
Czeglédi, J.
Citation
Kereskedelmi Szemle, 1990, 31, 6, pp 49-53
Abstract

South America, with over 250 million inhabitants and an aggregate GNP of almost US $600 000 million plays a minor role in international tourism. In 1988 it is estimated that only 8 million people travelled outside their home countries, and half of these stayed within the South American continent....

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Rizzotto, R. A.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1991, No. 2, pp 40-54
Abstract

The UK is fourth in the world, behind France, Spain and the USA, in terms of international tourism receipts, receiving #8700 million in 1989. Throughout the 1980s there was steady, if unspectacular, growth in tourism arrivals, to reach 18 million visitors in 1990. The UK is unusual within Europe in ...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Citation
International Tourism Reports, 1991, No. 3, pp 5-21
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After consistent growth throughout the 1980s, Sweden's foreign visitor arrivals and foreign exchange earnings fell in 1990. Already perceived as an expensive destination, the situation has been exacerbated by the introduction of value added tax. The market is dominated by visitors from Norway and...

Author(s)
Bywater, M.
Citation
International Tourism Reports, 1991, No. 3, pp 41-55
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The outbound long haul travel market has become firmly established as a major sector of the UK travel industry. It grew throughout the 1980s, but peaked in 1990 at 4.3 million holidays. It is estimated to account for 12.8% of all holidays by UK consumers and to be worth #4100 million in 1991. The...

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Leisure Intelligence, 1992, 4, pp 1-29
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International tourism growth rates averaged 7.1% during the period 1950-90 and by 1990, over a million people a day were taking an international trip. However, the growth rate has slowed over the years as the market matures and other factors have affected growth. The article traces the fortunes of...

Author(s)
Cooper, C.; Latham, J.
Citation
Leisure Management, 1992, 12, 2, pp 38-40
Abstract

Although, theoretically, Brazil has enormous tourism potential, this has so far been unfulfilled and tourism plays a minor role in the country's economy. Arrivals in 1990 were fewer than in 1980, 1.1 million compared with 1.6 million a decade earlier. Over half of all visitors come from South...

Author(s)
Rizzotto, R. A.
Citation
International Tourism Reports, 1992, No.1, pp 52-67
Abstract

Two of Asia's 'dragons', Hong Kong and Taiwan, are important tourism origins, but with differing histories. Hong Kong's prosperity has created a significant outbound leisure market which is now being added to by the so-called 'look see' travel of Hong Kong residents considering emigration in the...

Author(s)
Bailey, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1992, No. 1, pp 55-76
Abstract

The report examines the issues determining the overseas holiday market for people aged over 55 in the UK. It looks at market factors, size and trends, market segmentation, consumer behaviour, the supply structure and marketing policy. Data cover 1993 and the period 1988-93, with forecasts to the...

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Leisure Intelligence, 1993, 3, pp 1-25
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An increasing number of international tourists visiting Belize in the latter 1980s were venturing into the interior rather than just staying at the cays and coastal resorts. This research indicated that 13 165 tourists stayed in the Western Cayo District in 1987, increasing to 14 613 in 1988,...

Author(s)
Allender, J. D.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International. A, Humanities and Social Sciences, 1993, 53, 7, pp p.2499

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