|La Cumbre Presentation -- 1998
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Shifting away from Mexico specifically and back to the Latin American region, listed alphabetically, the countries that provide measurable arrivals to the U.S. are shown here, along with the rate of change from 1990 to 1997.
While all overseas arrivals increased about 61% over the seven year period, many Latin American countries had growth rates that vastly exceeded that rate. Three countries, Argentina, Brazil and Chile, grew at more than double the overseas rate.
In contrast, Japan climbed 66% from 1990-1997. And remember: 60% of that travel remained in the Pacific. Europe has seen growth of only 55%, lower than the overall rate of overseas growth.
|Chart 10 -- Six Latin American Countries Outperform Overseas Arrivals|
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