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Tourism plays an important role in the Portuguese economy. It employs 3.5 per cent of the working population and is the most rapidly growing economic activity in Portugal OECD, 1986. Mendonsa 1983, p.218 notes that Portugal is a poor country which has only managed to maintain a favorable balance...
Zusammenfassung Als Grundlage fr politische Entscheide, die die touristische Entwicklung einer Region oder Ortschaft betreffen, werden immer hufiger Untersuchungen ber die wirtschaftlichen Effekte des Tourismus verfasst. Diese Untersuchungen vermgen die Diskussion nur zu versachlichen, wenn sie...
Data relating to group composition are collected in most sample surveys of visitors, both at frontiers and within a tourist region. A vital element is that of size of group. It is important that the distribution of group sizes within the population under consideration is reflected accurately by...
Priodiquement un grand frisson secoue le monde politique et financier de l'Occident le Tiers Monde ne peut plus ou ne veut plus rembourser ses dettes. On imagine en catastrophe le pire krachs bancaires et boursiers et finalement la solution facile remettre leurs dettes purement et simplement aux...
Environmental and Ecological Effects Tourism is also seen as capable of disturbing and destroying environmental and ecological elements Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development 1980. Rural landscapes may be damaged by the construction of new roads, caravan and camping sites, or...
From the tourist point of view the chief purpose of travel is that the destination should be different from home and better in some ways. In Jamaica, the environment, both natural and manmade, remains the backbone of the tourism product. The maintenance and protection of the environment is...
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