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IMF predicts further growth in Tourism in Iceland

Tourism in Iceland erupted like a volcano according to IMF, but despite the fast growth a decline is unlikely and the outlook is positive.

Tourism in Iceland erupted like a volcano according to IMF, but despite the fast growth a decline is unlikely and the outlook is positive.
"Tourism in Iceland has exceeded all predictions and will likely keep growing albeit at a slower pace" is the conclusion in a new special topic report on Tourism in Iceland bu The International Monetary Fund. A number of factors that support continuing growth despite the recent boom according to the report. Among those are that high end destinations are less sensitive to price increases and that tourist satisfaction and likelyhood to return are very high. The IMF applauds the effective social media campaign Inspired by Iceland.
The full report can be downloaded in pdf format from the IMF website.

 

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