A Current Analysis on the Outlook of Dubai's Tourism Sector For 2008, Including Insight...
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A Current Analysis on the Outlook of Dubai's Tourism Sector For 2008, Including Insight To Its Hotel Lodging, Airline And Real Estate Industries DUBLIN, Ireland--(Business Wire)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c91107) has announced the addition of "2008 Travel & Leisure Sector Outlook for Dubai, UAE" to their offering. Dubai, the second largest and most populous emirate of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is growing in terms of population and economic activity at an incredible pace. A multitude of developments aimed at making Dubai 'bigger and better' than anywhere else in the world are under way. The development of Dubai's travel and leisure sector is near the top of the government's strategic growth priorities. The author believes that Dubai's travel and leisure sector has an extremely favourable outlook for 2008. The report believes that the outlook for tourism in Dubai will continue to be strong. Report Sees Dubai Tourism Growth of Approximately 8% in 2008 The report provides an executive level perspective of Dubai's tourism sector in 2008 in addition to strategic analysis. According to the report, Dubai is experiencing dynamic development of its hotel capacity, entertainment options, and tourist oriented luxury retail facilities, which is in turn strategically positioning Dubai favourably with European and Asian tourists. The report estimates that international visitor arrivals into Dubai will grow at approximately 8% in 2008 driven by robust airline connectivity and favourable marketing efforts of the destination. The author defines the travel and leisure sector as encompassing the hotel lodging, entertainment, airline, casino gaming (where applicable), and leisure-oriented real estate development. Many countries throughout the world have identified tourism sector development as a primary pillar of economic growth over the next decade, particularly nations in the greater Asian region. The report also highlights certain risks that Dubai's travel and leisure sector may face over the next year. These risks include factors such as sustained high inflation in Dubai, oversupply of tourism oriented real estate developments, and regional geopolitical risks. Contents: Executive Summary A. Dubai's Tourism Visitation Outlook For 2008 B. Dubai's Economic Environment C. Real Estate Development in Dubai D. Dubai's Booming Hotel Lodging Industry E. Dubai's Airline Connectivity F. Tourism Development In Dubai G. Retail And Entertainment In Dubai H. Interdependent Hotel Lodging, Entertainment And Airline Industries I. Macro Risk Factors For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c91107 Laura Wood Senior Manager Research and Markets email@example.com Fax: +353 1 4100 980 Copyright Business Wire 2008