Tag Archives: Tourism industry

Hotels/Restaurants/Casinos

Factiva offers a gamma of Industry Snapshots to offer readers a glimpse of the most relevant data about a particular industry and includes a comprehensive one-page summary.  “Hotels/Restaurants/Casinos” is a good example where you can find targeted news, reports, charts, analysis and financial data. The full-text of the report is available on the web to …
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Sunny perspectives for the European tourism sector

The findings of the new Euro barometer survey on the attitudes of Europeans toward tourism confirm other indicators that tourism has recovered from economic crisis. Travel preference for 2011 still inclines toward traditional tourist destinations (58 percent), while 28 percent would like to discover emerging destinations. The most frequently mentioned planned holiday destination for 2011 …
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Challenges and Opportunities for Tourism in Latin America

Spanish bank BBVA has published a study on the outlook for the tourism sector in Latin America. The study explores, among other things, how the sector could be affected by the rise of the middle classes in emerging countries. A number of Latin American countries have become extremely popular tourist destinations in recent years. The …
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Quality of Bathing Water – 2008 Bathing Season

Europe has a huge diversity of beautiful beaches and bathing areas and each year millions of Europeans choose to spend their holidays cooling down by the water. As this year’s bathing season approaches, many citizens throughout Europe will be considering where to spend their holidays. It is likely that the current economic climate will have …
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Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure Industry Executive Report: Winter/Spring 2009

The tourism, hospitality and leisure industry is facing unprecedented challenges.  This report by Deloitte highlights ways in which companies can help reposition their business in order to confront the downturn and gain the best possible position to take advantage of any potential upturn. It also looks at the longer term outlook for the Middle East, …
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