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According to UNWTO latest World Tourism Barometer, the massive drop in international travel demand over the period January-June 2020 translates

A full visa liberalisation scenario would generate additional spending of €12.5bn per annum

The report said that Thailand recorded a total tourism expenditure of USD57 billion in 2017, ahead of Japan (USD34 billion),

The increase was fuelled by strong demand from major source markets, supported by an upswing in the global economy. It

UNWTO will focus on five pillars for the period 2018-2019: innovation and the digital transformation; investments and entrepreneurship; education and

With the theme “2025 Silk Road Tourism Agenda”; the Ministers and Heads of the National Tourism Administrations shared their main

Overall, he said, there were 1,235 million international arrivals around the world and already Asia and the Pacific were taking

Demand for international tourism remained strong during the Northern Hemisphere summer peak season. International tourist arrivals in July and August

The mandate of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics renewed until 2021.

A major milestone of the 22nd UNWTO General Assembly was the approval of two key documents: the Chengdu Declaration on