Posts Tagged UNWTO World Tourism Barometer

More Trade News in Brief Week 8 (16 – 22 February 2015)

* UNWTO World Tourism Barometer 2014

International tourist arrivals reached 1,138 million in 2014, a 4.7% increase over the previous year, according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. For 2015, UNWTO forecasts international tourism to grow by 3% to 4%, further contributing to the global economic recovery.

Useful links:

UNWTO World Tourism Barometer
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International Tourist Arrivals 2014 (per region)
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International Tourist Arrivals 2014 (growth per region)
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Why Tourism Matters
UNWTO Tourism Highlights, 2014 Edition

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* UNIDO – Global Manufacturing Growth Stayed Low in 2014

According to the last UNIDO report, world manufacturing production has been trapped in low growth for a prolonged period and there was no breakthrough in 2014.

For further information on the report, please click here.

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* World Oil Outlook

OPEC’s World Oil Outlook (WOO) is a means to highlight and further the understanding of the many possible future challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the oil industry.

Check here the 2014 Edition.

 

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More Trade News in Brief Week 42 (13 – 19 October 2014)

 
* Eurostat Regional Yearbook 2014
 
Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, published The Regional Yearbook 2014.
 
Check here.
 
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* International Tourism Up by 5% in the First Half of 2014
 
International tourist arrivals grew by 4.6% in the first half of 2014 according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. Destinations worldwide received some 517 million international tourists between January and June 2014, 22 million more than in the same period of 2013.
 
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* South Africa & Hong Kong – DTA
 
Hong Kong and South Africa signed a comprehensive double taxation agreement (CDTA).
 
See more here.
 
 

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