International tourism in Germany (2002 – 2016)

The number of arrivals in Germany have almost doubled over a period of time of 14 years. In fact, the number of arrivals was about 17.97 million in 2002, and reached 35.56 million in 2016, representing an increase of 97.87% during this period of time.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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International tourism in Belgium (2002 – 2015)

With the exception of 2009, the number of arrivals in Belgium has constantly grown since 2002. Over the period of 2002 – 2015, the number of arrivals increased by 24.3%: 6.72 million arrivals were registered in 2002 whereas in 2015 it represented 8.36 million arrivals.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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International tourism in Luxembourg (2002 – 2015)

From 2002 to 2008, the number of arrivals in Luxembourg remained stable, at 892 thousand arrivals on average. The lowest number of arrivals was in 2010 with 805 thousand arrivals. Since then, it has constantly increased, reaching in 2015 1.1 million arrivals (a + 35.4% increase in 6 years).

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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International tourism in France (2002 – 2015)

From 2002 to 2015, the number of arrivals in France has increased by 9.66%. However, this evolution of arrivals has known two decreasing periods. In 2002, the number of arrivals was about 77 million people, but remained at 74.8 million people on average from 2003 to 2005. After reaching a local minimum of 80.9 million arrivals in 2007, 2009 and 2010 has witnessed 76.7 million arrivals on average. In 2015, the number of arrivals represented 84.5 million people.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Inflows of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Greece (2002 – 2015)

From 2002 to 2008, FDI inflows to Greece have increased relative to the country’s GDP. More precisely, it represented 0.02% of the GDP in 2002 (for a total value of 34 million US$), reaching as high as 1.98% of the country’s GDP in 2006 and 1.62% in 2008 (for respectively 5.4 billion US$ and 5.7 billion US$). Since 2008, FDI inflows to Greece have decreased, for an average value of 0.71% of the country’s GDP, i.e. 1.8 billion US$ on average over the period 2008 – 2015.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Inflation of consumer prices in Greece (2002 – 2016)

From 2002 to 2011, inflation of consumer prices has remained stable in Greece, with an average of 3.31% annually. It reached its highest value in 2010, with 4.71%. However, since 2011, inflation of consumer prices has decreased, becoming negative since 2013 and reaching -0.83% in 2016.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Unemployment in Greece (2002 – 2016)

From 2002 to 2008, unemployment in Greece has slightly decreased, from 9.98% of the total labor force in 2002 to 7.76% in 2008. From 2008 to 2013, it increased to reach it highest value of the past 15 years, with 27.47% of the total labor force unemployed. In 2016, unemployment of the total labor force in Greece was about 23.91%.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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