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Hong Kong - Contribution of travel and tourism to GDP as a share of GDP

16.7
(%)
in 2017

In 2017, contribution of travel and tourism to GDP (% of gdp) for Hong Kong was 16.7 %. Contribution of travel and tourism to GDP (% of GDP) of Hong Kong increased from 6.5 % in 1998 to 16.7 % in 2017 growing at an average annual rate of 5.50 %.

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The share of Travel & Tourism spending or employment in the equivalent economy-wide concept in the published national income accounts or labour market statistics. Visitor exports are compared with exports of all goods and services Domestic Travel & Tourism spending is compared with GDP Government individual Travel & Tourism spending is compared with total government spending Internal Travel & Tourism consumption is compared with total internal consumption (i.e. total domestic spending plus total export) Leisure Travel & Tourism contribution to GDP is compared with total GDP Business Travel & Tourism contribution to GDP is compared with total GDP Travel & Tourism capital investment spending is compared with all fixed investment spending

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Date Value Change, %
2017 16.7 -3.38 %
2016 17.2 -6.80 %
2015 18.5 -9.44 %
2014 20.4 -3.21 %
2013 21.1 6.55 %
2012 19.8 5.85 %
2011 18.7 10.54 %
2010 16.9 16.13 %
2009 14.6 4.72 %
2008 13.9 6.68 %
2007 13.0 4.55 %
2006 12.5