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  • English for International Tourism is the first multi-level series designed specifically for the hotel and tourism industry!. This course focuses on the grammar, vocabulary, and skills needed for professional communication in this fast-paced industry.

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  • English for International Tourism is a multi-level course for students who need English for professional communication in the hotel and tourism industries. Illustrated with material from Dorling Kindersley’s Eyewitness Travel Guide series and authentic material from companies within the tourist industry this, the intermediate level book, presents effective communication strategies for workplace situations such as giving advice, taking bookings and dealing with complaints.

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  • Today, it is considered good business practice for tourism industries to support their micro and macro environment by means of strategic perspectives. This is necessary because we cannot contemplate companies existing without their environment. If companies do not involve themselves in such undertakings, they are in danger of isolating themselves from the shareholder. That, in turn, creates a problem for mobilizing new ideas and receiving feedback from their environment.

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  • Today, it is considered good business practice for tourism industries to support their micro and macro environment by means of strategic perspectives. This is necessary because we cannot contemplate companies existing without their environment. If companies do not involve themselves in such undertakings, they are in danger of isolating themselves from the shareholder. That, in turn, creates a problem for mobilizing new ideas and receiving feedback from their environment.

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 117. Health Advice for International Travel Health Advice for International Travel: Introduction According to the World Tourism Organization, the number of international tourist arrivals in 2004 reached an all-time record of 763 million. This number represents an increase over the 2003 figure of almost 11%—the highest and the only double-digit percentage increase since 1980, when these statistics were first collected. Not only are more people traveling; travelers are seeking more exotic and remote destinations. ...

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  • The steadily increasing popularity of tourism in both developed and developing countries has led to an intriguing debate around its role in sustainable development. In this concise overview, Johan Viljoen begins by defining rural tourism and examining international trends in rural tourism development in both developed and developing contexts.

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  • Purpose: To accelerate the development of tourism economy in the North Central provinces in the context of Vietnam’s deeper and greater integration in international economic relations from the point of political economics.

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  • In spite of widespread political and economic constraints imposed on global tourism development during last few decades, world tourism industry has emerged as one of the fastest growing single industries in the world. Its performance has been highly acclaimed to the comparable performances of many other export industries during the same period. At present, global tourism industry represents around 11% of the world’s GDP, around 8% of global employment and around 9% of global wages. It is also the largest single employment generator of the world economy today.

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  • The steadily increasing popularity of tourism in both developed and developing countries has led to an intriguing debate around its role in sustainable development. In this concise overview, Johan Viljoen begins by defining rural tourism and examining international trends in rural tourism development in both developed and developing contexts.

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  • Research objectives: One of its basic objectives is to verify the objectiveness and enormous benefits of the cooperation between Tourism and LCA. Accordingly, it will be defined the vision and solutions to promote the stable development and maintain this cooperation, then it will support for their mutual development in providing the better service’s quality as well as creating a strong and fair competition in the condition of international integration and contribute to social development.

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  • Study the cooperative relationship between tourism and LCA when the urgent development of globalization and regionalization have had a tremendous impact on the enterprises, promote their association to create multi-sector services, products and tours. As a result, they will make a good profits on these services, increase international competition and contribute to the national development.

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  • (BQ) Set to be the an essential text for any student or academic in the field, Sport and Tourism: Globalization, mobility and identity cements and advances previous studies by building upon existing literature, while extending the field by exploring avenues of study that are yet to be comprehensively addressed. The latest collaboration by internationally renowned authors applies new theoretical perspectives for the advancement of sport tourism.

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  • A strength is an asset or a resource that can be used to improve a community’s competitive position, such as a natural attraction, historic buildings, or a strong retail base. A weakness is just the opposite, a resource or capability that may cause your community to have a less competitive position, which can adversely affect tourism. For instance, empty commercial space or unattractive vacant buildings are categorized as weaknesses.

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  • According to the World Tourism Organization, the number of international tourist arrivals in 2004 reached an all-time record of 763 million. This number represents an increase over the 2003 figure of almost 11%—the highest and the only double-digit percentage increase since 1980, when these statistics were first collected. Not only are more people traveling; travelers are seeking more exotic and remote destinations. Studies show that 50–75% of short-term travelers to the tropics or subtropics report some health impairment.

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  • The recent boom has focused world attention on the GCC economies—not only as exporters of oil and gas, but as investment destinations with major infrastructure projects, booming tourism and financial services sectors. As US economic growth has slowed, GCC investors have begun to diversify their assets more widely, making investments in Asia, Africa and within the Gulf region itself.

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  • Northern China has long-standing water scarcity problems. In September 2008, after four-plus years of construction on a $2 billion 191-mile waterway, the city of Beijing began receiving water from the less populated southern regions of China. While the North-South pipeline will briefly ease the region’s water shortages, the Chinese government’s official news agency recently said the capital’s water supply could again reach a crisis point as early as 2010 due to population growth and rising domestic water consumption.

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  • During the second year, the programme offers a series of integrated modules that examine specific aspects of the tourism industry. First, students will learn about the international tourism environment. They will examine important business models found in the industry in order to understand how tourism and the environment interrelate – primarily as seen from an economic perspective – by working on case studies and going on excursions.

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  • In order to address the human resource challenges facing China’s hotel and travel industry, a roundtable discussion was held at Zhejiang University in conjunction with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University International Executive Development Center. Participants from hotels, travel agencies, and academic institutions attended the discussion. The theme for the roundtable discussion was “Human resource challenges facing the hotel and travel industry in China”.

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  • The use of English language for cross-border communications is important in many areas of trade ranging from tourism to the trade in financial services. This is in order to build a stronger regional economy through freely and openly communicating with one another. However, the increasing involvement in trade, tourism and international relations among APEC Member countries where English is not spoken as the first language poses some problems and barriers in achieving aspired regional cooperation.

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  • Numerous U.S. REITs and other institutions have invested in real property connected to maquiladoras, retail development and tourism. This trend should persist because Mexico is ripe for continued investment. With respect to retail development, for example, there are fewer than 1,000 malls and shopping centers in Mexico, which has a population of approximately 110 million people. In comparison, there are more than 102,000 malls and shopping centers in the U.S., which has a population of approximately 306 million people.

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