Inbound Tourism Expenditure by Products

Table ID: 2I5DINB0

Indicator Inbound Tourism Expenditure
Definition Inbound tourism expenditure is the tourism expenditure of a non-resident visitor within the economy of reference (IRTS 2008 para. 4.15)
Method of Computation / Estimation Procedure sum of the products of total inbound visitor arrivals, average length of stay, and average daily expenditures for each of the expenditure items
Source of Basic Data Arrival Cards of Bureau of Immigration (BI)
Visitor's Sample Survey of Department of Tourism (DOT)
Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) Survey of DOT
Source Document/ Agency Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)
Frequency of Release Annual
Latest Available 2020
Level of Disaggregation National,by Products
Remarks The Tourism Satellite Accounts is the second international standard on tourism statistics that has been developed in order to present economic data relative to tourism within a framework of internal and external consistency with the rest of the statistical system through its link to the System of National Accounts. It is the basic reconciliation framework of tourism statistics.
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