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CHESTER, England - With just over 30 shopping days until Christmas and only one more payday for most, new research from MoneySupermarket predicts festive expenditure is set to top £22 billion* with B
It is the year of the dragon for Chinese tourists coming to New Zealand with numbers up almost 40 percent in the year to September.
With their Olympic team currently topping the medal charts at the London 2012 Olympics, Chinese tourists are topping a different chart, outspending all other international tourists visiting the Britis
DENPASAR, Bali - The number of foreign tourists visiting Bali may have increased over the past decade, but the time and money spent by each visitor is falling.
RESTON, Va. - Holiday season retail e-commerce spending for the first 56 days of the November – December 2011 holiday season has been reported today.
LONDON, England - A recent visitor arrivals report conducted by Tourism Research Australia shows that UK visitors to the Gold Coast are spending an average of three days longer in the destination than
LIVERPOOL, England - As UK spending cuts start to bite, it seems there is one area where British women aren't prepared to scale back - their holiday wardrobe - with the most prolific holiday shoppers
Despite the recession, Brits are still making a huge effort with their appearance in time for summer, sometimes spending more money on looking good than on their holidays, according to a survey by mon
LONDON, England - Last week, luxury goods makers such as Lamborghini, L'Oreal, Cerruti and Roberto Cavalli were among those at the Reuters Global Luxury and Fashion Summit to announce that they had se
NEW ORLEANS - New Orleans' tourism industry has achieved a major milestone, welcoming 8.3 million visitors in 2010, a 10.7 percent increase over 2009, and the first time to reach 8 million visitors si
Big-spending Chinese tourists have surpassed the United Kingdom as Australia's most valuable tourism market.
WASHINGTON - American Airlines spent $1.47 million lobbying the federal government in the second quarter.
SAN FRANCISCO - A new report Tourism Outlook: USA from Visa Inc. indicates the tourism industry has begun to rebound during the first six months of 2010.
TOKYO — Snapping up four Japanese luxury Seiko watches as if they were cheap chocolate souvenirs, a 36-year-old Chinese tourist plunks down $4,500 in cash at a glitzy store in downtown Tokyo.
According to data from VISA, British tourists in South Africa have so far been the biggest spenders during the FIFA World Cup 2010.
In the wake of the worst recession since the 1930s, Americans are taking a little bit more R&R.
For the first time since 2008, an increase in US travel and tourism-related exports was reported by the US Department of Commerce.