BMI Methodology

September 2009
Brazil Tourism Report;Q4 2009, p45
Industry Profile
The article offers information on the method used by Business Monitor International Ltd. (BMI) in producing report on tourism industry in Brazil. BMI's report integrates the autoregressive moving average model (ARMA) to gather historical data or data quality as basis for analysis and forecasting. In addition, the report focuses on tourism forecasts and tourism sector through Tourism Business Environment Ratings and Country Risk Ratings.


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