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This publication gives an overview of the key features of the Chinese outbound tourism market in terms of policy, demographics, socio-economic evolution, catchment areas, and market trends. It includes case studies from seven destinations in Asia and Pacific and three in Europe and the Americas,...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Penetrating the Chinese outbound tourism market - successful practices and solutions, 2017, pp 140 pp.
Abstract

Australia has experienced a boom in foreign tourist arrivals in recent years with arrivals now totalling 2 million. Tourism in China has also been experiencing growth and it is being regarded as a means of increasing China's foreign exchange earnings. The paper focuses firstly on tourism in...

Author(s)
Tisdell, C.
Citation
Discussion Paper in Economics - Department of Economics, University of Queensland, 1989, No. 9, pp 16pp.
Abstract

The rich diversity of physical environments, the great number of individual states within a relatively small land space and the dense population that characterizes Europe are some of the reasons put forward to explain the well-established European dominance of world tourism trends. Assessing the...

Author(s)
France, L.; Towner, J.; Evans, H.
Publisher
Business Education Publishers, Sunderland, UK
Citation
Travel and tourism., 1989, pp 39-68
Abstract

Factors affecting international tourism from the viewpoint of cultural, sociological, and economic backgrounds of developing countries are identified, with special reference to China. The statistical significance of various econometric models that are used either for explanations or for forecasting ...

Author(s)
Shieh, J. T.
Publisher
Hong Kong Institute for Promotion of Chinese Culture, Hong Kong
Citation
A model of Chinese regional economic tourism. [Paper presented at the international symposium on economic development in Chinese societies: models and experiences, December 18-20, 1986, Hong Kong]., 1986, pp 61pp.