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Tourist expenditure in Australia


, : Tourist expenditure in Australia. Research Report, Bureau of Industry Economics, Australia (16): xiv + 93

Expenditure patterns attributable to tourism in Australia and the economic significance of that expenditure are presented. Earlier estimates released in 1979 in the Bureau's Research Report No. 4, 'Economic significance of tourism in Australia' are extended and updated. The first chapter gives definitions of tourists and the tourist industry, discusses the economic issues inherent in the study, and summarizes the results.

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