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Outbound tourism comprises the activities of a resident visitor outside the country of reference (either as part of an outbound tourism trip or as part of a domestic tourism trip). The corresponding expenditure of such a visitor is identified as outbound tourism expenditure. Departures data measure the flows of resident visitors leaving the country of reference. Departures are not necessarily equal to the number of arrivals reported by international destinations for the country of reference.

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Inbound tourism expenditure, million $ Outbound tourism expenditure, million $ Standard accounting tools to monitor the aspects of tourism in SEEA tables Inbound tourism expenditure, % GDP

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