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Taiwan to Attract over 12 Mln International Travelers by 2024, Expects DPI Research in Its Cutting-Edge Study Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com

23 Jan 2018 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The Taiwanese travel and tourism market enjoys steady uptake and is expected to maintain swift growth rates in the coming years. Taiwan is expected to attract over 12 million international travelers and generate around USD 16 billion revenues by 2024.

At present, mainland China is recognised as the key source country for the Taiwanese tourism market; however, its share is predicted to decline through to 2024.

During 2017-2024, Hong Kong and Macau are expected to emerge as the top source countries of tourists for Taiwan. The combined share of these countries in the overall Taiwanese inbound tourism market is set to reach around 20% by the year 2024.

The cutting-edge research study “Taiwan International Travelers Visitation, Spending Analysis 2012 – 2017 and Future Forecast 2018 - 2024” worked out by DPI Research & Marketing Solutions grants access to the most up-to-date info on the Taiwanese travel and tourism industry, featuring the historical background, present scenario, top trends, dynamics and the key influencing forces. Besides, this research report presents a comprehensive future outlook for the Taiwanese inbound tourism market up till 2024, points out promising growth areas and discusses the merging growth challenges and opportunities. This publication includes vital data on the international travelers’ arrivals, purpose of visits, spending, key destinations and preferences. Moreover, the study traces light on the historical, current and future possible tourism developments in Taiwan, etc.

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