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The UNWTO Tourism Market Trends Programme provides the tourism community with up-to-date market intelligence, including the latest tourism market trends, short and long-term tourism forecasts and knowledge on specific market segments and source markets.
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• UNWTO World Tourism Barometer
• UNWTO Tourism Highlights
• UNWTO Long term forecasts – Tourism towards 2030
• Regular research on specific source markets and tourism market segments

UNWTO Statistics and Tourism Satellite Account Programme
The UNWTO Statistics and Tourism Satellite Account Programme compiles and disseminates tourism statistics of countries all over the world, while advancing and standardizing the methodological frameworks for measuring tourism and expanding its analytical potential.
The Programme also supports statistical strengthening in UNWTO Member States through capacity building.
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• Tourism Satellite Account (TSA)
• International Recommendations on Tourism Statistics
• Tourism Glossary
• Yearbook of Tourism Statistics
• Compendium of Tourism Statistics

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