With its revenue directly benefiting both individuals and firms, tourism is emerging as one of the strongest economic drivers in
In 2007, the continent received a record 68.6 million international arrivals. This was an increase of 2.9 per cent. Tourism receipts in this period were $58.9 billion, or an increase of 9.7 per cent.
The growth was also higher than the world average of 5.6 per cent, and these numbers represent the highest growth worldwide, except for the Asian markets.
The Chilean government, too, has put ravel and tourism on the shortlist of industries that should form the base of further economic development. The positive effect on employment and the opportunity to revive economically depressed areas has motivated the government to encourage development in tourism The policy objective for tourism is to position
By Clark Kelly
TTN is the most established trade publication in the Middle East distributed on a controlled circulation basis to members of the travel and tourism industry.
Published monthly by Al Hilal Publishing and Marketing Group, the region’s foremost trade publisher, TTN is aimed at professionals in the industry, from travel agents to airline and hotel personnel.
TTN provides in-depth and extensive coverage of relevant issues in the Middle East and North Africa as well as in other parts of the world. Travel related news, analysis, and new appointments together with information on up-coming exhibitions, marketing and promotional campaigns are presented in an innovative and striking colour tabloid.
Every issue also contains a collation of international and regional news and topical features of interest to readers.