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Peru -- here represented by Machu Picchu -- last year saw the highest percentage increase in Latin America in international visitors and receipts. (Photo: Peru Ministry of Culture)  
Mexico -- here represented by Cancun -- posted Latin America's highest real growth in international arrivals and receipts last year. (Photo: Quintana Roo Government)
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Latin America Tourism: Mexico, Peru Lead Growth     

Average tourism expenditure in Latin America jumps 32 percent.


Mexico and Peru posted Latin America’s highest increase in tourism arrivals and receipts last year, according to a Latinvex analysis of new data from the World Trade Organization.

Meanwhile, the Dominican Republic remains the leader in receipts as a percent of GDP and Panama the leader in receipts per visitor, while Uruguay leads the way in arrivals as a percent of population.

All in all, Latin America last year hosted 83.9 million international visitors, an increase of 2.6 percent from 2012. They spent a total of ...

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Latin America Tourism (2013): Receipts

Latin America Tourism (2013): Receipt Winners & Losers

Latin America Tourism (2013): Receipts-GDP Ratio

Latin America Tourism (2013): Average Expenditure per Visitor

Latin America Tourism (2013): Arrivals

Latin America Tourism (2013): Arrival Winner & Losers

Latin America Tourism (2013): Arrival-Population Ratio

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