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Various Countries Travel & Tourism Markets Research Reports by Canadean Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

09 Sep 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – TD The Market Publishers, Ltd. is happy to announce that in-demand Canadean reports on various nations’ travel and tourism markets have been recently added to its catalogue.

Travel and Tourism in Hungary to 2019. Domestic tourism went through a difficult phase during 2009-2014 as the country’s residents were not optimistic about their financial situation. Domestic trips dropped to around 15 million in 2014. With the improvements in the economy, domestic trips will likely reach the 15.7 million mark by 2019. Outbound trips saw a decrease during the review period. However, the economy will likely recover in the offing, leading to the hike of disposable incomes and lowering unemployment rates, which will fuel the growth in trip numbers that are set to amount to 5.5 million by 2019. The study offers a detailed analysis of Hungary’s tourism sector, analysing market data and providing in-depth insights …

Travel and Tourism in France to 2019. Domestic tourism declined to just over 199 million as of 2014. As the performance of the national economy is anticipated to improve through to 2019, domestic trips will likely reach 211.9 million by 2019. However, inbound tourism grew at 2.03% CAGR over the review period, which was mainly owing to the growth in passengers that use air transport through the opening of a number of new routes. During the historic period, there was a slight rise in outbound trips, which are likely to grow to 26.7 million by 2019, with 1% CAGR. The report covers the national travel and tourism marketplace, its historical development, current performance and future development path …

Travel and Tourism in Russia to 2019. Russia’s travel and tourism sector is in the initial stage of development. Domestic trips surged to 41.5 million in 2014. With the help of government's incentives like the Tourism Development programme adopted by Russia, the number of trips are anticipated to reach 57.9 million by end-2019. Furthermore, inbound tourism increased to 25.4 million in 2014, which was primarily driven by the country's initiative in organising events like the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Nevertheless, following the crisis in Ukraine, inbound trip numbers will likely drop to 22.7 million by 2019. More key information can be found in the report …

Travel and Tourism in Saudi Arabia to 2019. The number of domestic trips decreased to 26.4 million in 2014 on the back of the dearth of leisure and entertainment destinations in the country, leading to Saudis' favour of outbound trips. Though, huge growth was seen in both inbound and outbound tourism during 2009-2014; the latter was largely owing to a soaring number of pilgrims performing Umrah and Hajj. The country’s government is also supporting the sector’s growth by taking respective initiatives. The research study analyses the Saudi Arabia’s travel and tourism industry, examining key market trends and opportunities …

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