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Hōʻike ka huakaʻi ʻo Bogotá iā 29.1% o ka hana hoʻokipa a Colombia

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Hōʻike ʻo Bogotá i hoʻokahi hapahā o ko Colombia mākaʻikaʻi

Bogotá´s tourism GDP accounts for 2.5% of the city´s economy, a total of US$1.8bn, revealed a new report by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), Latin America City Travel & Tourism Impact. Bogotá`s tourism economy represents 29.1% of Colombia’s tourism activity.

Latin America City Travel & Tourism Impact is one of a series of reports by WTTC which looks at the contribution of Travel & Tourism to city economies and job creation. The study covers 65 cities, six of which are in Latin America.
ʻO nā lilo kālā kūwaho no 41% o ka loaʻa kālā hoʻokipa ʻo Bogotá, e hōʻike ana i ka mea nui o nā malihini kipa no ke kūlanakauhale. ʻO ka hapa nui o nā huakaʻi no ka leʻaleʻa ma mua o nā kumu ʻoihana. ʻO nā mākeke kūwaho kiʻekiʻe ʻo United States (27%), Mexico (10%), Sepania (5%), Brazil (5%) a me Argentina (4%). ʻO ke koi kūloko ka kuleana no ka 59% o ka loaʻa kālā o ka mākaʻikaʻi, a me ka hoʻolilo kālā ʻana mai kā Colombian hiki ʻana e wanana ʻia e 2026.

ʻO ka nui o nā makana a ko Colombia huakaʻi & huakaʻi mākaʻikaʻi i GDP ʻo COP51,05bn (US $ 16.7bn), a i ʻole 5.8% o ka GDP. ʻO ka huina hāʻawi o ka huakaʻi & huakaʻi i ka hana, me nā hana i kākoʻo ʻole ʻia e ka ʻoihana, he 6.1% o ka nui o ka hana (1.3 miliona mau hana). I loko o nā makahiki he ʻumi e hiki mai ana, wānana ʻia ka ʻāpana e hana i nā hana 219,500.
About WTTC: The World Travel & Tourism Council is the global authority on the economic and social contribution of Travel & Tourism. It promotes sustainable growth for the sector, working with governments and international institutions to create jobs, to drive exports and to generate prosperity. Every year WTTC, together with Oxford Economics, produces its flagship Economic Impact Report, which looks at the socioeconomic benefits of Travel & Tourism on global, regional and country level. This year the report shows data on 25 regional groupings and 185 countries.

He huakaʻi nui ka huakaʻi & huakaʻi no ka hoʻopukapuka a me ka ulu waiwai ʻana ma ka honua holoʻokoʻa. Hāʻawi ka ʻāpana i ka US $ 7.6 trillion a i ʻole 10.2% o ka GDP honua, ke mālama ʻia nā hopena pololei, pili ʻole a hoʻokomo ʻia hoʻi. Hoʻomaopopo pū ka ʻāpana i nā hana 292 miliona a i ʻole hoʻokahi ma ka ʻumi o nā hana āpau ma ka honua.

No nā makahiki 25, WTTC has been the voice of this industry globally. Members are the Chairs, Presidents and Chief Executives of the world’s leading, private sector Travel & Tourism businesses, who bring specialist knowledge to guide government policy and decision-making, and raise awareness of the importance of the sector.

WTTC’s annual Global Summit brings together over 900 delegates to discuss the opportunities, challenges and issues facing the industry, while its Tourism for Tomorrow Awards recognise the industry’s power to be a positive force in sustainability. The Summit will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 18 -19 April 2018.

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