Summary: Chinese travellers are the world's biggest tourism spenders, shelling out a record $102 billion (e1/478 billion) on trips abroad in 2012, the UN World Tourism Organisation, or UNWTO said.
What does WtoO stand for?
WtoO stands for World Tourism Organisation
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uk Travel Business Review - 16 July 2012 The UN World Tourism Organisation has suggested that Australia relax visa norms for tourists from developing nations.
Byline: Kipp Summary: Visitor figures were down last year, but UN World Tourism Organisation sees growth in 2010.
According to the World Tourism Organisation, China could be a major source of outbound tourism, with an estimated 100 million outbound travellers by 2020.
Sars was also hitting airlines harder than the effects of the Iraqi war, added World Tourism Organisation (WTO) secretary-general Francesco Frangialli.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD According to the World Tourism Organisation, global tourism will take a terrible blow from the terrorist attacks in the US yet the industry will still grow overall this year.