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Visitor travel to Nova Scotia 1983


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The economic impact of the tourism sector on the provincial economy decreased in 1983 from the 1982 level. An estimate of the 1983 visitor season for the June-October period revealed that non-resident visitors injected $183 826 400 in 'new money' into the economy of Nova Scotia, a decrease in current dollar expenditures of $11 486 800 or 6%. Overall, an estimated $600 million was spent in Nova Scotia by both residents and non-residents during 1983.

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