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Holidays and Travel Market Research

Mintel's holidays and travel market research reports keep you flying high in an industry that's always moving on. From hotels to car hire, for business or pleasure, our research and analysis gives you detailed data on every market segment and unrivalled insight into the future of holidays, travel and tourism. It's five-star service. It's first-class thinking.

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  1. Travel and Tourism - Cook Islands - November 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2012
    • Cook Islands

    Located almost right in the centre of the South Pacific Ocean, the Cook Islands are remote, and at best, can be considered as a medium-haul flight from any of its major source markets. However, despite this geographical inconvenience (in tourism terms), they offer a developed ...

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  2. Travel and Tourism - Mongolia - November 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2012
    • Mongolia

    Mongolia’s economy is heavily based on its rich natural resources of gold, copper, coal and a number of other rare earth minerals. However, the country has identified tourism as a sector that can be developed in an attempt to diversify its economy and create jobs. While almost ...

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  3. Travel and Tourism - Fiji - November 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2012
    • Fiji

    Fiji is one of the 15 small developing island states in the South West Pacific and is located in the Pacific Ocean approximately 3,000km off the east coast off Australia. The country is comprised of 322 islands, most of them very small. The majority of people live on Viti Levu, ...

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  4. Travel and Tourism - China - November 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2012
    • China

    China’s economy is weakening. Unemployment and inflation rates have risen, but tourism – particularly domestic – remains remarkably unaffected by the slowdown. International tourist arrivals dipped following the recession of 2007-09, but they quickly recovered. Foreign tourists ...

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  5. Travel and Tourism - South Korea - November 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2012
    • South Korea

    South Korea (officially known as the Republic of Korea and referred to throughout this report as Korea) has one of the most dynamic economies in Asia, but it has not been immune to the global economic downturn or the crisis in the Eurozone. The country’s tourism industry, ...

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  6. Travel and Tourism - India - November 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2012
    • India

    India’s economy has been growing at a robust rate, enjoying an average annual gross domestic product (GDP) of 8.5% throughout the mid-2000s, while the country’s emerging middle class (around 300 million strong) – better educated and with a higher disposable income than previous ...

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  7. Mainland South East Asia Outbound Tourism - September 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • September 2012
    • Asia

    Mainland South East Asia – comprising Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam – includes both established and fast-emerging destinations on the world stage, but their own citizens are also moving more firmly onto the radar of global tourism. The ITB ...

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  8. Travel and Tourism - Oman - August 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2012
    • Oman

    Oman is emerging as one of the most attractive tourism destinations on the Arabian Peninsular. Clearly defining itself as a niche upmarket cultural and ecotourism destination, it stands out distinctly from the type of tourism offered by Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), ...

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  9. Travel and Tourism - Yemen - August 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2012
    • Yemen

    Yemen is the southernmost country in the Middle East, nestled on the shores of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. As one of the less well-known Gulf countries, its tourism industry attracted only half a million travellers in 2010 and it is not a country synonymous with tourism. ...

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  10. Travel and Tourism - Iran - August 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2012
    • Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Strategically located between the Gulf of Oman, the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea, Iran is bordered by Iraq to the west, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan to the north-west, Turkmenistan to the north-east and Afghanistan and Pakistan to the south-east. Although classified as ...

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