Ungated Post | 13 Oct 2017

City Travel & Tourism Impact 2017 – North American City Impacts

Cities are becoming increasingly large as tourism destinations and are accounting for a greater proportion of global tourism demand. This research, conducted by Oxford economics in conjunction with WTTC, looks at the economic impact of Travel & Tourism in 65 cities worldwide, including 11 North American cities. The share of GDP and employment in these cities directly generated by Travel & Tourism has been estimated for each of the past ten years along with forecasts for the coming decade. 

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