Short-term departures up

September 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;9/8/2006, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the latest figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics which revealed that short-term resident departures were up to 1.2% in July 2006. The figures showed a 4.4% increase in the departures to the Great Britain, 1.5% in Thailand, and 10.7% in China. However, a decline was found in the rate of travels to Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Indonesia.


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