Trend Analysis: France : Haider Ali Khan 0801LA85813
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Kizhakke cheruckil Sharin 0907LH84865 Trend Analysis: France Tourism Economics Slide 2: TF: International Tourist Arrivals at frontiers (Excluding Same-Day visitors)VF: International visitor arrivals at frontiers (Tourists and Same-Day visitors)TCE: International tourist arrivals at collective tourism destinations. Slide 3: Why the recorded Receipts are less than the Arrivals?? Because … : In France, normally things are very expensive, more towards branded products.
The tourists aren’t willing to spend much.
Restaurants do not operate late.
Tourists usually visit historical places.
Each tourist stays an average of 6.6 nights. The majority of tourists are executives or employees. 42% of the tourist clientele are well-off. More than half spend their holidays in private accommodation (friends, second homes). Because … Some facts to be considered… : Some facts to be considered… Market share : Market share of Europe(Figures in Million)
Total flow of tourists into Europe--------------------------------------- --- x 100Total flow of tourists in the world
= 460 / 900 x 100
=51.2% Market share Market share : Market share of France (Figures in Million)
Total flow of tourists into France--------------------------------------------- x 100Total flow of tourists into Europe
=80 / 460 x 100
=17.39% Market share Explanation : Figure 1.1 shows that in 2009 total 460 million tourists visited Europe which shares 51% of the total tourist market, whereas the rest of the world contributes only 49%. Total flow of tourists is 900 million in the world, according to 2009 UNWTO.
According to figure 1.2, in 2009 France shared 17% of the total market out of the rest of Europe which shares 83% of the European market.
By comparison it shows that there more tourists are coming to Europe as compared to the other parts of the world. France is representing less than a quarter of tourist flow in Europe. Explanation Contribution to GDP (direct, indirect) : Contribution to GDP (direct, indirect) Direct and Indirect Contribution : Direct and Indirect Contribution Direct:
Accommodation, transportation, and light industries making items of interest to tourists.
Sectors that are induced by tourism. These effects are less obvious and not so easy to quantify. These sectors include entertainment, finance, energy, and food production, etc. FRANCE Travel & Tourism Demand in 2010 : FRANCE Travel & Tourism Demand in 2010 Adapted from World Travel &Tourism Council Report on Travel & Tourism Economy Impact 2010, France Contribution To Employment In France : There’s not so much to explain about the contribution to employment in France since the working arena is still suffering from the days of massive unemployment over 30 years ago
in the light of this inadequate economic growth, is that the employment situation is improving. (nearly 300,000 jobs created in 2007).
the government still maintains a stranglehold on the major industries. Contribution To Employment In France Slide 13: Unfortunately the tax situation in France is a lot harsher than other European counterparts, with up to 60% of gross pay being diverted into the French State Benefit system.
- income support and maternity pay.
As the working population can contribute up to 60% of the gross salary to the state.
The current government is committed to spend million of Euros to encourage the unemployed back to work but this will be a long term project. Slide 14: THANK YOU