International tourism, number of arrivals - Argentina



International tourism, number of arrivals of Argentina
Value & RankThe International tourism, number of arrivals of Argentina is 5.59 ( millions of ) with a global rank of 47.
Argentina compared to other CountriesThe International tourism, number of arrivals of Argentina is similar to that of Bulgaria, Slovak Republic, Australia, Tunisia, Brazil, Syrian Arab Republic, Norway, Sweden, Kazakhstan, Nigeria with a respective International tourism, number of arrivals of 6.54, 6.24, 6.15, 5.95, 5.68, 5.07, 4.96, 4.94, 4.81, 4.67 ( millions of ) and a global rank of 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52.10 years growthArgentina's International tourism, number of arrivals had a positive growth of 98.0 (%) in the last 10 years from (2002 to 2012).
Last 10 years averageArgentina had an average International tourism, number of arrivals of 4.31 ( millions of ) in the last 10 years from (2002 to 2012).
Argentina during the Great RecessionArgentina's International tourism, number of arrivals had a positive growth of 3.24% during the Great RecessionArgentina since the end of the Great RecessionArgentina's International tourism, number of arrivals had a positive growth of 29.6% since the end of the Great Recession
YearInternational tourism, number of arrivals ( millions of ) - Argentina
19952.29
19962.61
19972.76
19983.01
19992.90
20002.91
20012.62
20022.82
20033.00
20043.46
20053.82
20064.17
20074.56
20084.70
20094.31
20105.33
20115.71
20125.59
International tourism, number of arrivals of Argentina
Country NameGlobal RankInternational tourism, number of arrivals ( millions of )
Bulgaria426.54
Slovak Republic436.24
Australia446.15
Tunisia455.95
Brazil465.68
Argentina475.59
Syrian Arab Republic485.07
Norway494.96
Sweden504.94
Kazakhstan514.81
Nigeria524.67
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Datasource: Workbank - World Development Indicators