publication . Book . Part of book or chapter of book . 2014

Tourism

Myriam Ababsa; Isabelle Crouzel; Norig Neveu;
Open Access English
  • Published: 11 Jun 2014
  • Publisher: Institut français du Proche-Orient
Abstract
The tourism sector accounted for 13% of GDP in 2010 and employs nearly a quarter of the workforce, placing Jordan just after Lebanon in tourism receipts as % of GDP, but far ahead of Morocco, Syria and Egypt (fig. VII.29). The bulk of tourism comes from the Arab world, mainly the Gulf, followed by Asia, Europe and the Americas (fig. VII.30). Out of the 9.5 million people who entered Jordan in 2009 (a figure that includes tourism, but also business tourism), 8 million people came from Arab cou...
Subjects
free text keywords: Jordan, geography, territory, development, formation des territoires, Jordanie, géographie, géographie historique, territoire, démographie, développement, atlas, histoire, History, Planning & Development, HIS026000, POL059000, HBJF1, JPA
Communities
Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
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publication . Book . Part of book or chapter of book . 2014

Tourism

Myriam Ababsa; Isabelle Crouzel; Norig Neveu;