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Release of new "1996 Abstract of International Travel Tourism Industries to and From the United States"
Tourism Industries (TI) announces the release of their most popular report - "The Abstract of International Travel To and From the United States" for 1996. It has all new 1996 data and new tables reporting the latest statistics on international travel to and from the United States.
The "Abstract" is a compilation of 14 summary tables which highlight international travel to and from the United States in 1996. These tables summarize the U.S. international inbound and outbound tourism statistics (e.g. arrivals, departures, receipts, payments) in tabular format. Also included are: overseas visitation estimates for the states and cities, countries generating travel to the U.S., destinations visited by U.S. residents, historical visitation to and from the U.S., profiles of inbound and outbound travelers featuring a variety of traveler characteristics.
Each of the 14 summary tables that make up the "Abstract" can be viewed, printed, downloaded and ordered from Tourism Industries web site free of charge!
To view, print or download a copy of the report visit TI's web site at http://tinet.ita.doc.gov. 100% of the "Abstract" is viewable on-line! You can order a printed copy of this report by visiting TI's web site and on-line shopping basket program.
**New Report Policy** Tourism Industries has also adopted a new policy to report country, state and city data that meet a new statistical standard. Tourism Industries will only publish visitation estimates for countries, states, and cities that have a statistically respondent base. This new policy means that some states and cities will not have visitation estimates published, which may have been published in previous years. For further information on TI's new reporting policy and what states and cities are effected please contact TI.
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