By François Vellas

ISBN-10: 0312127235

ISBN-13: 9780312127237

ISBN-10: 0333615239

ISBN-13: 9780333615232

ISBN-10: 1061071081

ISBN-13: 9781061071086

ISBN-10: 1349240745

ISBN-13: 9781349240746

It is a textual content for college students of overseas tourism at HND and undergraduate point. It appears to be like at a couple of features of tourism: industry developments and forecasts, the commercial impression of tourism, the function of promoting and finance, companies and regulations. foreign instances are used during the textual content.

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20 +Receipts 1970 1975 1980 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 Source: WTO. 5 Development of international tourism in the Americas 1970-93 36 International Tourism American tourism products in the world market and of the strong tourism specialisation adopted by certain countries of the region, notably the Caribbean Islands, Mexico and Canada. D The main American destinations North America (USA, Mexico and Canada) is the region's main destination with 76 per cent of arrivals and 78 per cent of receipts.

Three-quarters of the international visits in the region are by European inhabitants. Europe therefore owes its dominant position to the concentration of travel flows to certain destinations in the region and to the effects of international travel within the region itself (the effects of regionalism). Demand for world tourism is undergoing considerable quantitative and qualitative changes which are directly influencing the world tourism market. Several economic indicators are used to assess international tourism demand and its effect on the economy: the number of tourist arrivals at a destination; receipts from foreign tourists; expenditure by tourists travelling abroad; and the contribution made by tourism to a region's export earnings.

2 Establishing a system of tourism statistics measurement do sometimes arise, mainly concerning the accounting unit (the country's currency expressed as an appropriate unit at current prices), the costing (supply at market prices minus value added tax (VAT)) and the classification of the fields of activity. The creation of a tourism accounts system produces vital information on the economic impact of tourism on the economy. Using the system, it is possible to calculate: • the added value at market prices in the fields of commercial activity involving tourism; Definitions and Trends in International Tourism • • • 11 the detailed expenditure on each category of goods and services consumed by tourists; the creation of gross fixed capital by the fields of commercial activity concerned with tourism; the volume of employment created by tourism in the fields of tourism commercial activity.

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