SWOT Analysis

January 2012
Turkey Tourism Report;Q1 2012, Issue 1, p7
Industry Profile
This article presents a strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis of Turkey's tourism industry. Among the industry's strengths is its being the highest among international tourism in the world. Weaknesses include terrorism attacks in tourism destinations and controversy related to the pope's comments on Islam in 2006. The country's hosting of its first Formula One grand prix in August 2005 is among the industry's opportunities. Threats include political violence.


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