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Tourists Continue to Add to Mexico’s Coffers, 6.5% Increase

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According to the Mexican Tourism Ministry, the economic spoils left by international tourists in the first five months of 2012 was $4,738 million, which represented an increase of 6.5% compared with the same period last year.

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5.6% increase foreign Exchange Earnings From International Tourism

The Tourism Ministry reported that in the first five months of this year reached nine million nationwide 741 000 international visitors

January to May 2012, international visitors erogaron Mexico on its way through five thousand 593 million dollars, a figure 5.6 percent higher than captured in the same period last year informed the Secretariat of Tourism (Tourism Ministry).

In a statement, the agency said in the first five months of this year reached nine million nationwide 741 000 international visitors. also noted that the hospitalization tourism grew by 4.2 percent while international tourist arrivals by air grew 3.3 percent over the same period of 2011. On average, each walker from abroad spent 486.4 dollars during their stay, visitors being tourists classified as” inpatient” the most erogaron, for in them the figure is 770.3 dollars.

Every tourist border was classified as an expense of at least 58.4 dollars international hikers erogaron 38.5, while so-called border hikers disbursed an average of 31.2 dollars. In addition, tourists who visit Mexico cruise aboard had a 93.7 average expenditure per person.

According to the Tourism Ministry, the economic spills left by international tourists in the first five months of 2012 was four thousand 738 million dollars, which represented an increase of 6.5 percent compared with the same period last year.

Of that total, hospital visitors contributed four thousand 512 million dollars, up 6.5 percent, and the border 227 million, five percent more compared to same period in 2011.

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