As the leading international organization in the field of tourism, the World Tourism Organization undertakes large projects of research, analysis and data gathering within a variety of different segments and regions. These results are regularly released in numerous publications and provide a valuable and reliable source of information. Though UNWTO regularly sends one copy of all publications to its 150 member States, it is the Organization's objective to share all the achieved knowledge and information with a wider public audience.
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One of UNWTO's most important functions is to serve as a permanent source of information for its Members and the world community. UNWTO fulfills this task in part through its extensive programme of publications and the new programme of electronic products. The broad span of these products corresponds to the vast sweep both of the Organization's concerns and of the needs of its Members.