GREELEY — It may seem like the perfect time to think of the tourism industry as a part of the national fabric.
But while the tourism boom has been strong in recent years, it is the country’s economy that is being challenged by the changing landscape of tourism.
Tourism accounts for a substantial share of the countrys GDP.
It has been growing at an average annual rate of more than 5.4 percent for the past five years.
It is also expected to reach a peak of 8.1 percent by 2020.
But a report released Thursday by the United States Chamber of Commerce shows the economy is slowing and is expected to shrink by about 4.5 percent in the coming years.
The report, titled The World’s Traveling People, shows that the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) expects the global population to swell to 9.3 billion by 2050.
That will make the world’s population a whopping 10.4 billion, or 11 percent of the world.
In fact, the world population is projected to hit 10 billion by 2100.
“The growth of the global economy, its growing demand for global trade and travel, the rising use of global networks and the global financial system are forcing the U.S. to look at the future,” said Tom Lutz, director of the chamber’s research and development group.
“We are in a time of great need for our own people to make sure we are prepared to respond to the challenges of the 21st century.”
Travel industry officials say the economy could be hurt even worse by a global recession.
A report released in January by the U,S.
Chamber of Industry estimated the global travel industry could see a loss of about 10 percent of its market by the end of the century.
That would leave the travel industry with less than $2.4 trillion in revenue.
While the chamber predicts the economy will grow, it says the trend will be negative for the U of A. Tourism in particular has been hurt by changes in the economy, including the recession, and by changing tastes in some of the major tourist destinations.
The chamber says the economic downturn has left many people to turn to online and mobile travel, which is growing at a rate of about 40 percent a year.
It predicts that the world will see a 40 percent increase in the use of smartphones and tablets in the next five years, and a doubling of the number of international visitors to the U., compared with 2016.
Tourism also faces the challenge of increasing its use of technology, which has been increasing in the past decade.
Tourism companies are spending billions of dollars each year on marketing campaigns and advertising, but many of those efforts are focused on attracting a larger audience than ever before.
A 2015 study by the International Tourism Council of the U S. State Department estimated the number and growth of international travelers in 2020 would surpass the total number of visitors for the first time.
The growth in international visitors has been driven by an influx of tourists from China and India.
The new demand is leading to a rise in the number.
However, the chamber also says that the international traveler population is not as diverse as it once was.
There are more women than men in the population of international travel, with only a quarter of the population being women, according to the study.
In contrast, women make up almost half of all U. S. residents and have made a significant contribution to the country since the country gained independence from Britain in 1857.
The economic downturn also is impacting the world of tourism, with a growing number of people seeking to escape the global economic crisis and pursue other activities.
For some, the decline of tourism has forced them to look outside the country for a way to make a living.
“There are a lot of people who feel like they are on the outs with the rest of the community, and that’s the hardest part,” said Lutz.
“That’s where the need is coming from.”
Lutz says the Chamber is looking for solutions to this problem and that some are even looking to the government for help.
“It’s an opportunity for the Chamber to provide solutions and help, not just for the people of the United State, but for the entire country,” he said.
“And that’s what we’re hoping to accomplish with the Chamber of Tourism.”