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  Outbound tourism describes the phenomenon of residents traveling from one country to a different (World Tourism Organization 1994). It doesn't comprise of products and services acquired for or after the trip within the generating country. It may be contrasted with inbound, domestic, and border tourism. For example, from an Australian perspective, visitors from the United States are inbound tourists, while from the US standpoint, they are outbound tourists Globalization is the driving force for modern outbound tourism development and causes strong growth rates and increasing competition within the industry worldwide. The increasing competition for outbound tourists leads to destinations to focus more on specialization and product innovation in order to meet outbound demands from different sources. Therefore, because the market matures and competition intensifies, outbound tourism businesses become more and more consumer-driven . In the end of the day , the increase during a single tourist market within the developed countries may be a significant development with global implications. It reflects a growing trend in wider society for young people to spend a period of time living alone or with friends before marrying and starting a family. If this trend is echoed in the developing countries, this will have a serious impact as places like India and China are set to become some of the world’s largest generators of international tourists 

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