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US Travel & Tourism Industry Trends Reviewed in New Timetric Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

21 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The US is an attractive destination for a significant number of business and leisure travelers from all over the world. Last year, the US travel and tourism sector generated USD 1.9 trillion in economic output, accounting for 3.2% of the country’s total employment, representative of 7.7 million jobs. According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the US, after France, ranked second in the world in terms of international tourist arrivals in 2011.

The expansion of the US visa waiver program will increase the capacity to process visas in emerging countries such as China, India and Brazil. Coupled with a growth in business travel from China, the program is expected to aid growth over the forecast period.

New research study “The Impact of Tourism in the United States of America to 2016” elaborated by Timetric has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

The Impact of Tourism in the United States of America to 2016
Published: May, 2012
Pages: 408
Price: US$ 1.250,00

The market research study provides an extensive analysis of the impact of the travel and tourism industry on the US economy. In particular, the report covers:

  • details on historical (2007–2011) and forecast (2012–2016) values for the US travel and tourism industry; 
  • analysis of the overall travel and tourism industry, as well as individual market/category values for both the review period and forecast period; 
  • granular analysis and projection of tourist spending pattern in the US; 
  • overview of employment and salary trends for various markets/categories of the travel and tourism industry.

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Timetric page.


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