Τρίτη, 17 Ιανουαρίου 2012

Πάνω από 30 εκατομμύρια τουρίστες επισκέφτηκαν την Τουρκία το 2011

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3,5 εκατομμύρια Ρώσοι επισκέφθηκαν το 2011, την Τουρκία
250% αύξηση σε 8 χρόνια για τους Τούρκους,
25% μείωση σε 8 χρόνια για την Ελλάδα
Πάνω κι από τις πιό αισιόδοξες προβλέψεις ήταν ο τουρισμός της Τουρκίας, σύμφωνα με τον Υπουργό Πολιτισμού και Τουρισμού της χώρας, Ertugrul Gunay, ο οποίος ανέφερε ότι τους 11 πρώτους μήνες, οι τουρίστες..
που επισκέφθηκαν στην Τουρκία ήταν πάνω από 30 εκ.
Με... το κλείσιμο της χρονιάς, ο αριθμός αυτός αναμένεται να  προσεγγίσει  τα 33 εκατομμύρια. Πάνω από 3,5 εκατομμύρια από αυτούς είναι Ρώσοι !
Η Τουρκία είχε 13 εκ.τουρίστες το 2003 και
33 το 2011. 

Η Ελλάδα
11,5 εκατομμύρια τουρίστες υποδέχθηκε η Ελλάδα το 2011
14 εκατομμύρια τουρίστες υποδέχθηκε η Ελλάδα το 2003.

Στο διάστημα 2003-2011, ο τουρισμός προς την Τουρκία αυξήθηκε κατά 250%, ενώ προς την Ελλάδα, μειώθηκε κατά 25%.

Αυτή είναι η πικρή αλήθεια των αριθμών.
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