overseas visitor

overseas visitor

A UK term for a non-EU patient, defined under various NHS Acts, who is charged a fee for health services rendered where appropriate, in accordance with guidance given in NHS Circulars.
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The number of overseas visitor nights spent in the UK during 2017 reached 285 million, so a PS2 levy per night, for example, could raise PS570million, which could be spent on improving infrastructure.
Meanwhile, overseas visitor figures for the first quarter of 2015 showed Wales welcomed 137,000 overseas visitors, 5.4% up on the first quarter of 2014.
According to the statistics in China National Tourism Administration's website, overseas visitor arrivals in 2014 was 128 million.
Overseas visitor spending in November 2013, at PS1.45billion, took the total for the first 11 months of 2013 to PS19.3billion - a 12 per cent rise on the January-November 2012 total, the Office for National Statistics said.
The latest figures from the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) have revealed that India has become the UAE capital's largest overseas visitor market.
Nationally, the UK took a 9% hit on overseas visitor numbers in April, it was revealed this week.
Overseas visitor numbers for the wider destination beyond Liverpool reflect the importance district locations play in the visitor economy.
A survey carried out by The Mersey Partnership (TMP) reveals the average daily spend of an overseas visitor to Merseyside is pounds 41.67.
The 2017 Shanghai show recorded a moderate increase in both domestic and overseas visitor numbers.
"The Rugby World Cup boosted visitors to the UK in the autumn, with Cardiff particularly seeing a rise in overseas visitor numbers.
A Welsh Government spokesperson said: "Overseas visitor figures for Wales for the first three months of this year have been very encouraging, up around 16% on last year.

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