The analysis we have carried out shows that tourism can beyond question meet the needs of the Third World and that it deserves consideration as a priority instrument of development. On the other hand, all the economic problems and hindrances that impede the putting to use of the touristic raw materials available to a given country have shown us how difficult it is for a developing country to face them on its own and without the assistance that it may derive from international cooperation. The means of setting tourist development into motion cannot be furnished solely by the country concerned, and there is a clear need for aid and technical assistance, either bilateral or multilateral and either public or private.
The Tourist Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 1, 1973
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