Inbound tourism spending reached $82.2B in 1st half of ’12

The International Trade Administration under the U.S. Department of Commerce reports that international visitors to the U.S. spent an estimated $82.2 billion on travel-related goods and services so far this year. International visitor spending in June 2012 reached $13.8 billion, an increase of 7 percent over June in the previous year. On average, travel- and tourism-related exports in the U.S. increased more than $1.3 billion a month during the first half of 2012. Read the TravelPulse story here.    

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