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Di­rect con­tri­bu­tion to GDP :

GDP gen­er­ated by in­dus­tries that deal di­rectly with tourists, in­clud­ing ho­tels, travel agents, air­lines, as well as restau­rant and leisure in­dus­tries. It is equiv­a­lent to to­tal in­ter­nal Travel & Tourism spend­ing within a coun­try less the pur­chases made by those in­dus­tries (in­clud­ing im­ports). In terms of the UN’s Tourism Satel­lite Ac­count method­ol­ogy it is con­sis­tent with to­tal GDP cal­cu­lated in ta­ble 6 of the TSA: RMF 2008.

Di­rect con­tri­bu­tion to em­ploy­ment :

the num­ber of di­rect jobs within the Travel & Tourism in­dus­try.

To­tal con­tri­bu­tion to GDP :

GDP gen­er­ated di­rectly by the Travel & Tourism in­dus­try, plus its in­di­rect and in­duced im­pacts.

To­tal con­tri­bu­tion to em­ploy­ment :

the num­ber of jobs gen­er­ated di­rectly in the Travel & Tourism in­dus­try plus the in­di­rect and in­duced con­tri­bu­tions.

Vis­i­tor ex­ports :

Spend­ing within the coun­try by in­ter­na­tional tourists for both busi­ness and leisure trips, in­clud­ing spend­ing on trans­port, but ex­clud­ing in­ter­na­tional spend­ing on ed­u­ca­tion.

Do­mes­tic Travel & Tourism spend­ing :

Spend­ing within a coun­try by that coun­try’s res­i­dents for both busi­ness and leisure trips. Multi-use con­sumer durables are not in­cluded since they are not pur­chased solely for tourism pur­poses.

In­di­rect Con­tri­bu­tion :

The con­tri­bu­tion to GDP and jobs of the fol­low­ing three fac­tors: Cap­i­tal In­vest­ment Govern­ment col­lec­tive spend­ing Sup­ply- Chain ef­fects

In­duced Con­tri­bu­tion :

The broader con­tri­bu­tion to GDP and em­ploy­ment of spend­ing by those who are di­rectly or in­di­rectly em­ployed by Travel & Tourism.

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