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Turkey Tourism Report Q1 2014

Turkey Tourism Market: New market analysis published

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2014-02-07 20:42:03 - Turkey Tourism Report Q1 2014 - a new market research report on

In the Turkey tourism report, we examine a range of key market indicators in this well established and popular market, including inbound and outbound travel, industry value and tourism related expenditure. We expect to see increases across the board; however, any escalation in regional and domestic tensions is likely to impact on growth.

Indeed, domestic tensions remain a risk to the tourism industry, with the recent outbreak of widespread protests against Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan marking a turning point in his decade-long stint in power. Though this is unlikely to lead to a change in government before election in 2015, the riots and protests could deter investors and travellers alike.

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