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  1. Symposium on Tourism Services 22-23 February 2001 Geneva, Switzerland Henryk HandszuhChief Quality of Tourism Developmentemail: hhandszuh@world-tourism.org World Tourism Organization www.world-tourism.org

  2. International Tourism by Purpose of Visit, 1998

  3. International Tourism by Mode of Transport, 1998

  4. Trade in Goods and Services World, 1999 Balance of Payments, Goods and Services Credit US$ billion % Total 6,975 100 Merchandise exports 5,625 80.6 Commercial services 1,350 19.4 100 International Tourism 548 7.9 40.6 Travel Services 455 6.5 33.7 Passenger Transportation Services 93 1.3 6.9 Source: World Trade Organization, World Tourism Organization

  5. Trade in Goods and Services Advanced Diversified Economies, 1999 Balance of Payments, Goods and Services Credit US$ billion % Total 5,693 100 Merchandise exports 4,542 79.8 Commercial services 1,152 20.2 100 International Tourism 418 7.3 36.2 Travel Services 343 6.0 29.7 Passenger Transportation Services 75 1.3 6.5 Source: World Trade Organization, World Tourism Organization

  6. Trade in Goods and Services Developing Economies, 1999 Balance of Payments, Goods and Services Credit US$ billion % Total 1,282 100 Merchandise exports 1,084 84.6 Commercial services 198 15.4 100 International Tourism 131 10.1 65.7 Travel Services 112 8.8 56.8 Passenger Transportation Services 18 1.4 9.0 Source: World Trade Organization, World Tourism Organization

  7. Tourism as Generator of Wealth (1) • International Tourism as Earner of Foreign Currency • 8 % of Worldwide Earning for Export of Commodities and Services • 37% of Export of Services • One of the Top 5 Export Categories for 83% of Countries • Main Source of Foreign Currency for at Least 38% of Countries

  8. Tourism as Generator of Wealth (2) • Tourism as % of GDP • Advanced Diversified Economies • Small Island Economies and Developing Economies • 3-10 % of GDP • up till 40% of GDP

  9. World Tourism - Market Size, 2000* Tourism Receipts US$ 476 Billion +4.5% Tourist Arrivals 698 Million +7.4%

  10. International Tourism Expenditure (for some countries a shorter period has been used)

  11. International Tourist Arrivals by Region, 2000* Million arrivals Share of World Total (%) Regional trends % change 2000*/1999 111.7 130.2 26.9 403.3 6.3 20.0 World Total: 698 million

  12. International Tourism Receipts by Region, 1999 Share of World Total (%) Receipts per Arrival US$ World Total: US$ 455 billion

  13. Tourism 2020 Vision - Forecasts International Tourist arrivals (Million)

  14. Tourist Arrivals by Receiving Region Market Share (%) - 1995 Market Share (%) - 2020 Europe Middle East South Asia Africa Americas East Asia/Pacific

  15. International Tourism Expenditure per Capita, 1998

  16. Developing countries & globalization • Define/redefine tourism policies/plans • Tourism as comprehensive sector • Inderdependence between product & access and distribution channels • Uniqueness & finiteness of resources • Sustainability principles • Competitive and cluster approaches • Trade measures as part of tourism policies • Mechanisms to carry out, implement and coordinate tourism policy measures

  17. Developing countries & tourism product requirements • Adapt to demand, influence, specialize • Use benchmarking • Measure and access quality and sustainability • Educate and empower staff • Make use of information technologies

  18. Symposium on Tourism Services 22-23 February 2001 Geneva, Switzerland Henryk HandszuhChief Quality of Tourism Developmentemail: hhandszuh@world-tourism.org World Tourism Organization www.world-tourism.org