9502.0.55.001 - Framework for Australian Tourism Statistics, 2003  
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69. The product element represents the commodities frequently used by visitors. These may be goods or services obtained on a commercial or non-commercial basis. For example, the commodity might be a souvenir purchased in a market or accommodation in a friend's house for which no payment is made. This element of the event provides the link between the demand side (i.e. the consumer) and the supply side (i.e. the supplier) of tourism.

This section contains the following subsection :
        The Components of Product

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