BMI View: Tourism is a very well-established industry in the UK, accounting for more than 3mn jobs, and
the sector is a substantial contributor to the domestic economy. The UK's inbound tourism market is among
the top 10 largest globally and is supported by a signific ..."
BMI View: The UK tourism sector is expected to grow at a modest pace throughout our forecast period to
2020. Investment will continue to improve the transport infrastructure as well as develop the
accommodation options outside of the major cities. The sector is mature ..."
With the help of VisitBritain's (tourist board of Great Britain) tourism promotional efforts, the UK's tourism sector depicted growth during 2010-2015, when domestic and inbound tourist volumes rose at a CAGR of 1.99% and 3.81% respectively. Th ..."
United Kingdom is one of the largest tourist generating region in the world. United Kingdom outbound tourism market is projected to reach nearly US$ 70 Billion by 2020. A relatively high income per capita, coupled with strong currency, making UK one of the top five spend ..."
BMI View: The UK has a large and mature tourism market and attracts high numbers of inbound arrivals
from a range of source markets, as well as a great deal of investment. Growth is expected to be low and
stable over the next five years, with 2016 slightly better than ..."
BMI View: The UK has a large and well-established tourism industry, welcoming high volumes of
international visitors alongside an extensive domestic travel market. Although growth in tourism arrivals
will remain relatively low over our five-year forecast period to 201 ..."
BMI View: The UK is a well-established and popular tourism destination, attracting a large number of
visitors annually due to its broad range of attractions and extensive transport infrastructure. Reliance on
European source markets, where economic growth is subdued, ..."
BMI View: With highly developed travel infrastructure and a diverse range of cultural and historical
attractions, the UK has one of the more attractive tourism markets in Western Europe. When combined with
strong government support and a number of sporting events that ..."
Gambling premises include betting shops for betting on activities such as horse racing, football, and others; casinos; bingo clubs; and arcades. Betting is also done on machines, which are classified as category B1, B2, B3, B4, C, and D gaming machines. Gambling has become a m ..."
A modern casino comprises hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, and various other attractions. It is an indoor amusement zone. The majority of the revenue is generated from gambling. Gambling is illegal in many parts of the globe, thus casinos are limited to certain regions. Ho ..."