Income from Tourism

USD(mln) USD(mln) Percentage of GDP
2008 2009 2009
Armenia 382 400 1.9%
Azerbaijan 221 303 0.4%
Georgia 462 452 2.0%
Russia 9,714 8,142 0.4%
Slovenia 2,659 2,814 4.9%
Israel 4,281 3,580 1.7%


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0 #4 man 2011-01-07 02:07
ehm, I don't get it! Armenia has been investing into developing tourism for decades now and its only 1.9% of GDP? What's the rest of the 98% then?
0 #3 Gill 2010-10-06 05:30
I think Armenia is improving their investments in tourism. That is not an accurate calculation.
0 #2 Armen 2009-10-26 16:17
I don't get it! Armenia has been investing into developing tourism for decades now and its only 1.9% of GDP? What's the rest of the 98% then?

By the way, I really can't see how you can compare it to other countries. I think the comparison is very irrelevant. Unless you have the GDP data and overall composition of the GDP.
0 #1 GARBİS TORİKOĞLU 2009-10-25 20:52
The increase in Azerbaijan's revenues may be related with unrests in Iran.

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