New Travel & Tourism Country Market Reports by MarketLine Now Available at MarketPublishers.com23 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – MarketPublishers.com is very pleased to announce that new cutting-edge studies by MarketLine now available in its online catalogue. The research reports cover performance of the travel and tourism industry across different countries.
In Argentina, this industry reached a value of more than USD 13.68 billion in 2015. It grew at a CAGR of approximately 9.45% over the period 2011-2015 due to the sustainable economic performance over the recent years. Foodservices formed the most lucrative segment of the local marketplace. Its revenues surpassed the USD 5.45 billion mark in 2015.
In Austria, a value of the industry was even higher in 2015 - it stood at USD 40.5 billion. However, its growth rate was not very high. It even did not reach a 2% mark between 2011 and 2015. Foodservices dominate the market space in this country, as well. A share of this segment was around 31% of the total industry value.
In Colombia, the travel and tourism industry was worth just under USD 21 billion in 2015. It grew at a CAGR of over 5% in 2011-2015. When it comes to market segments, foodservices dominate the local space, as well. They own more than a half of the overall industry value.
In Finland, a value of the travel and tourism industry was around USD 16 billion as of 2015. This industry grew at a 1.6% CAGR in 2011-2015. Around 40% of the overall industry value is owned by the foodservice segment.
In-demand research reports drawn up by MarketLine offer comprehensive guides to the travel and tourism markets across the globe. The studies draw up detailed pictures of this market in each country under discussion.
They estimate a value of the industry and concentrate on factors that impact the space in these countries. The reports explore performance of the market over the last 5 years. The research studies cast light on leading segments and share with readers valuable details on leading companies. Future projections are on hand in the research reports, too.
More new studies by MarketLine are available at its page.