The study investigates the potential impacts on the EU-27 of a no-deal scenario in the Brexit process, focusing on the transport, postal and tourism sectors. The study analyses both the economic policy and legislative dimension, detailing the practical consequences of such a new status quo. Alternatives to
Survey requested by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs and co-ordinated by the Directorate-General for Communication.
1. Nearly a quarter of Europeans have used services offered via collaborative platforms, mostly in the accommodation and transport sectors
2. Very few Europeans have offered services via collaborative platforms and almost on fifth of Europeans who have not yet provided services via collaborative platforms would consider doing so
This overview of the transport and tourism sectors in China was prepared to provide information for the mission of the Committee on Transport and Tourism to the country between 30 October and 2 November 2018.
Last week DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the EC published its 2018 report on the EU Blue economy.
The report aims to describe the scope and size of the blue economy in the European Union, creating a baseline to support policymakers and stakeholders in the quest for sustainable development of oceans, seas, and coastal resources. It will monitor developments in the EU blue economy annually and examine the drivers behind trends.
ROSTOCK PORT is the port development company of Rostock seaport and is actively involved in the INTERREG project GREEN CRUISE PORT. The aim of GREEN CRUISE PORT is to develop a multidimensional strategic approach for the sustainable and qualitative development of cruise ports in the Baltic Sea and the adjacent North Sea region. The project is intended to serve as a platform for discussion on current and future challenges for the development of sustainable cruise port locations.
The Eurostat regional yearbook 2017 gives a detailed picture relating to a broad range of statistical topics across the regions of the EU Member States, as well as the regions of the EFTA and candidate countries.
A specific chapter on Tourism presents statistical information in maps, tables and figures, accompanied by a description of the policy context, main findings and data sources about Tourism.
According to that report, 14 of the 20 most Touristic Regions in the EU are members of NECSTouR (7 in the top-7).
The latest edition of the World Tourism Barometer - concerning the first 4 months of the year 2018 - has been released by the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and it highlights how International Tourism exceeds expectations in the first months of 2018.
Europe remains the world’s largest tourism region and performed strongly during this period (+7%), pulled ahead by the destinations of Southern and Mediterranean Europe, and Western Europe (both +8%).