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Pacific area tourism: a guide to key sources of tourism statistics


, : Pacific area tourism: a guide to key sources of tourism statistics. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing 6(1): 93-107

A summary of the main types of data and tracking studies useful in understanding inbound and outbound tourism flows in the Pacific area is provided. Secondly, a list of all National Tourism Administrators in the region is outlined. The aim is to provide readers with sources of marketing intelligence information for the region and a guide to their use in identifying, accessing and analysing the most current information.

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Accession: 002914610

DOI: 10.1300/J073v06n01_08

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