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Chinese tourism industry has emerged as a new growth avenue with increasing purchasing power, rapid economic liberalization, and favorable government policies. These developments and reforms have taken the tourism industry to new heights and introduced multistage transformations that not only attract tourists from within the country, but from overseas countries as well. The growth process… » read more

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The report titled “The US Car Rental Market Outlook to 2015 – Evolving Travelers’ Profile” provides a comprehensive analysis on various aspects of car rental industry such as market size of overall car rental industry, on-airport and off-airport segment, online car rental segment on the basis of revenue and cars in services, market segmentation, competitive… » read more

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The report titled “Thailand Medical Tourism Industry Outlook to 2015” provides a comprehensive analysis of the Thailand Medical tourism industry covering in detail various aspects such as market size on the basis of number of foreign patients, revenue from foreign patients, market segmentation, competitive landscape and market share of the major hospitals treating foreign patients… » read more

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Airport infrastructure in India is witnessing improvisation and expansion on a massive scale, with the Government avidly supporting private participants. The need for airport infrastructure in India has increased considerably. In order to ramp up airport infrastructure, the government on has unveiled reforms to facilitate investment in this segment. It has been indicated that the… » read more

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Chinese tourism industry has emerged as a new growth avenue with increasing purchasing power, rapid economic liberalization, and favorable government policies. These developments and reforms have taken the tourism industry to new heights and introduced multistage transformations that not only attract tourists from within the country, but from overseas countries as well. The growth process… » read more

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Thailand: Tourism covers the overview of the global, Asia-Pacific, and Thailand tourism industry, as well as the tourist arrivals, tourism agencies, niche tourism markets, awards and accolades, and tourism policies and strategies in Thailand. It also covers the market trends and outlook, performance of ASEAN market, traveling pattern of tourists, accommodation supply analysis, and forecast… » read more

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China: Shipping and Ports covers the economic overview of China, global and national shipping and ports industry overview, volume and passenger. It also covers the market trends and outlook, imports and exports, challenges in the industry, investment in the industry, intra-Asian shipping, development of Shanghai Port, plus the comparative matrix and SWOT of the industry… » read more

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Egypt Tourism Sector Analysis

Egypt tourism industry is one of the major sectors of the Egypt economy. Egypt is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Middle-East region. It received 14.7 Million international tourists in 2010, an increase of around 17.6% over the previous year. Russia, UK, Germany, and Italy are the most important destinations for visitors.… » read more

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With rising purchasing power, rapid economic liberalization, and favorable government policies, the Chinese tourism industry has emerged as a new growth avenue. In fact, these developments and reforms have not only taken the industry to new heights, but also led to multi-stage transformations which attract tourists from within the country as well as overseas. The… » read more

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Indian online travel market is growing at a steady rate due to increase in awareness coupled with confidence among the customers to make online transactions. The Indian customer is aware about online travel portals and is ready to pay for the convenience and better service. Today, the online travel industry is the driving force in… » read more

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