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THE BIG PICTURE 2000, The Most Comprehensive Analysis of Worldwide Tourism
Tourism Industries would like to inform you that the new and expanded Travel Industry World Yearbook - The Big Picture 2000 has just been published, containing the most comprehensive analysis of the worldwide travel industry available.
The Big Picture brings together tables of visitor and spending statistics from respected world and national associations and organizations with expert analysis of trends and reportage of events that have an impact on tourism around the globe.
"No other publication offers such a broad and detailed picture of the travel industry," said Allen Milman, publisher. "Marketers, analysts, researchers, educators and librarians look forward to the latest edition of The Big Picture each year, because it is their ultimate resource for everything they want and need to know about tourism."
Readers of The Big Picture can track world tourism growth over the past
half-century, or they can follow trends in international tourist arrivals,
departures and expenditures by region. They can learn which nations attract
the most tourists (China and Poland made the top-ten list this year) and
which tourists spend the most money (while France and Spain enjoy more
international arrivals, visitors to the United States spend more than
twice as much as do those to France). There are seven different major
sections this 200-page report covering everything from world travel trends,
to trends by sector, to international travel to and from the U.S. (Tourism
Industries data is highlighted in this section), to U.S. tourism developments
among other items.
Individual copies of the Travel Industry World Yearbook - The Big Picture are available from the Travel Industry Publishing Company, Inc., P.O. Box 280, Spencertown, NY 12165; 518-392-4102; fax: 212-772-6444; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit their web site at: http://travelbigpicture.com/
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