Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio - Algeria



Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Algeria
Value & RankThe Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Algeria is 7.05 (%) with a global rank of 142.
Algeria compared to other CountriesThe Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Algeria is similar to that of Mozambique, Ecuador, Senegal, Vietnam, Rwanda, Marshall Islands, São Tomé and Principe, Japan, Djibouti, Zambia with a respective Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of 8.38, 8.36, 7.92, 7.48, 7.11, 6.72, 6.69, 6.56, 6.54, 6.10 (%) and a global rank of 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147.Last 10 years averageAlgeria had an average Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of 4.89 (%) in the last 10 years from (2002 to 2012).
Algeria during the Great RecessionAlgeria's Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio had a positive growth of 10.7% during the Great RecessionAlgeria since the end of the Great RecessionAlgeria's Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio had a positive growth of 34.1% since the end of the Great RecessionAlgeria since the end of the Algerian Civil WarAlgeria's Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio had a positive growth of 132% since the end of the Algerian Civil War
YearYearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio (%) - Algeria
19951.77
19962.03
19972.09
19982.20
19992.39
20002.73
20012.80
20023.03
20033.53
20043.69
20054.25
20064.75
20074.97
20084.96
20095.26
20105.59
20116.84
20127.05
Yearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio of Algeria
Country NameGlobal RankYearly Tourist arrivals to residents ratio (%)
Mozambique1378.38
Ecuador1388.36
Senegal1397.92
Vietnam1407.48
Rwanda1417.11
Algeria1427.05
Marshall Islands1436.72
São Tomé and Principe1446.69
Japan1456.56
Djibouti1466.54
Zambia1476.10
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Data Source:
Workbank - World Development Indicators
Compiled from multiple sources