The Travel & Tourism (T&T) industry is slowly recovering from the economic downturn

With the strong recovery in emerging economies compensating somewhat for the still weaker mature markets in Europe and North America. In this context, this fourth edition of The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report is being released at a time when the industry is looking for ways to develop new market segments and attract new customers.

The survey is carried out among CEOs and top business leaders in all economies covered by our research; these are the people making the investment decisions in their respective economies.

The rating system that determines the overall rankings for the 139 countries is based on:

1. Policy rules and regulations

2. Environmental sustainability

3. Safety and security

4. Health and hygiene

5. Prioritization of Travel & Tourism

6. Air transport infrastructure

7. Ground transport infrastructure

8. Tourism infrastructure

9. ICT infrastructure

10. Price competitiveness in the T&T industry

11. Human resources

12. Affinity for Travel & Tourism

13. Natural resources

14. Cultural resource

The final sections of the Report provide detailed country profiles for all 139 countries included in the TTCI, as well as tables displaying all of the data used in the computation of the Index.

You can download the full report here: Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2011 | World Economic Forum-Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2011.

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