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Argentina: The Tourism Input in Economy

Blogging for Turytecnia, Adrián Martinez echoes the results of the survey published by the World Travel & Tourism Council, WTTC, where we can find and interactive infography with data from the tourism industry and its impact on the economy in different countries, where we can observe:

[…] la evolución que ha tenido en aspectos tales como la contribución económica del turismo, a puestos de trabajo, cantidades de turistas, e inversiones que se han realizado en esta actividad.
Suena interesante la evolución que ha tenido la Argentina en esta actividad, donde puede verse que la inversión se ve reflejada en resultados.

[…] the evolution in items such as economic contribution of tourism, jobs, number of tourists and investments made. it's interesting to note the evolution Argentina has had in this activity, where we can see that the investment gets reflected in results.

Captura de pantalla de estudio interactivo del WTTC, extraída del blog Turytecnia, utilizada con autorización

Captura de pantalla de la infografía interactiva por el WTTC, extraída del blog Turytecnia, utilizada con autorización

In Argentina, we can observe how just in 2013, 47,5 billion dollars entered the national chests thanks to the tourists that visited the country, which gets up tp 9,9% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). On the other hand, according to the report, tourism industry generated 1.685 jobs, 9,5% of existing working force. The report claims also that in 2013, 7,2 billions were invested in tourism, about 6,4% of total investments, although it's expected to grow 4,1% in 2014.

You can follow @Turytecnia and Adrián Martinez on Twitter.

This post was part of the thirty-third #LunesDeBlogsGV (Monday of blogs on GV) on December 1, 2014.

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