Tourism sector

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  • This Report aims to improve the lives of people living in Da Nang, through developing the tourist sector and improving its links to the poor. The Report describes an innovat ive approach to tourist development – a participatory pro-poor value chain analysis - that was supported by local stakeholders and funded by the Vietnam Private Sector Support Programme. Thi s is probably the first truly participatory tourism value chain exerci se ever conducted.

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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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  • VTOS units of competence have been grouped to provide a range of industry-relevant qualifications/job titles from basic to advanced levels and also a number of diplomas suitable for college teaching, therefore making it relevant for the industry and the formal education sector. Part 2 of VTOS standards - Housekeeping operations includes units title: Prepare budgets, procure products or services, manage quality service and customer satisfaction, manage physical resources,...

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  • Tourism is big business and getting bigger. In the 20 years from1980 to 2000 global tourism receipts increased at an annual rate of nearly 8 per cent, much faster than the rate of world economic growth of around 3 per cent. In 2000, income from tourism combined with passenger transport totaled more than $575 billion, making this sector the world number one export earner, ahead of automotive production, chemicals, petroleum and food (UNEP web site1).

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  • It is with great pleasure that I introduce, with this edition, two new co-authors who have assisted significantly in the preparation of this substantially revised text. Claire Humphreys and Rob Davidson lecture at the University of Westminster and both have had extensive experience working in tourism, both in the public and private sectors. They are committed to the long-term future of this text, the longest running in the UK and now in its 26th year.

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  • This book addresses the theme of the impacts of global warming on different specific fields, ranging from the regional and global economy, to agriculture, human health, urban areas, land vegetation, marine areas and mangroves. Despite the volume of scientific work that has been undertaken in relation to each of each of these issues, the study of the impacts of global warming upon them is a relatively recent and unexplored topic. The chapters of this book offer a broad overview of potential applications of global warming science.

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  • Destination marketing is increasingly becoming extremely competitive worldwide. This paper explains the destination concept and attempts to synthesise several models for strategic marketing and management of destinations. It provides an overview of several techniques widely used and illustrates examples from around the world. The paper also explains that marketing of destinations should balance the strategic objectives of all stakeholders as well the sustainability of local resources.

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  • Destinations in authentic (often Third World) countries are often off the beaten track. Tourists enjoy authentic experiences in places which have experienced limited tourism development. Emerging destinations in Asia, South America and Africa attract a small number of adventurous tourists who are prepared to forego their comfort in order to interact with local communities and unspoiled surroundings. Although these regions may develop at a later stage to mass tourism destinations, they need to be planned properly in order to sustain their resources.

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  • Consumptive forms of wildlife tourism (hunting, shooting and fi shing) have become a topic of interest – both to the tourism industry, in terms of destinations seeking to establish or grow this sector, and to other stakeholders such as environmental organisations, animal-rights groups, and the general public. Hunting tourism, in particular, has come under fi re with accusations that it is contributing to the demise of some species.

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  • The Vietnam Homestay Operations Manual has been designed as a compendium to the homestay operator training material developed by the EU-funded High Impact Tourism Training Programme for the Informal Sector (HITT) Vietnam supported by the EU-funded Environmentally and Socially Responsible Tourism Programme (ESRT).

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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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  • Earlier this year, Israel and the Palestinian Authority announced a cease-fire in the four-year-long intifada. Whether the peace holds or not, Israeli companies have adapted their business to the current threat. In this interesting and well-written book, these companies share their secrets. Information from interviews is presented as Q&A, then discussed. The author interviews an Israeli CEO, for example, then discusses the main points. A summary follows. The book proceeds like this through three sectors: hotel/tourism, high technology, and transportation...

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  • Over the past six decades, tourism has experienced continued expansion and diversification becoming one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors in the world. Many new destinations have emerged alongside the traditional ones of Europe and North America. In the next years an increase of travelling is expected, and the number of related infections will also be higher (http://www.unwto.org/facts/menu.html). Rickettsioses are an important chapter in the field of travel medicine.

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  • EU enlargement, the CAP reform, changing consumer demands and globalization have also impacted negatively on the agricultural sector (Rudmann, 2008), with the scale of support provided to farmers drastically reduced (Alsos, Carter, Ljunggren & Welter, 2011). A gradual decline in income from traditional farming activities has forced many farming businesses to diversify in order to remain viable. Diversification requires farmers to combine other, typically non-agricultural activities with their core farm business.

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  • In the framework of the program "Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network" funded by Rockefeller Foundation, Vietnam Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environment carried out this study with the aim to strongly support the development of action plan to respond to climate change for Quy Nhon city. The study developed climate change (temperature and rainfall) and sea level rise scenarios corresponding to some key emission scenarios, namely A1FI, A2 and B2. Impacts of climate change on main sectors such as water resources, agriculture and tourism were also assessed.

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  • First, the networks resulting from the prevailing ties of labour migration have contributed signif icantly to the integration of countries into the global economy. This point is important in various sectors, including investment, trade, tourism and unilateral transfers. For example, the mobilization of migrant and their relatives’ savings and investments at home, in the acquisition of land, property, or small businesses, are spurring economic growth in areas traditionally neglected by the private and public sectors.

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  • The  scale of activity  in  the  international education  sector  in Australia was estimated  in an  April  2009  report  prepared  by  Access  Economics  for  the  Australian  Council  for  Private  Education and Training (ACPET), entitled The Australian Education Sector and the Economic  Contribution of International Students.

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  • Spatial or territorial organization is one of effective tools for sustainable land use. Spatial organization of land use and environmental protection by functional sub-areas is performed on the basis of comprehensive and integrated research on characteristics and differentiation laws of natural components and landscapes, socio-economic factors, the present status and trend of environmental changes as well as the structures and functions of sub-areas. Uong Bi is a national center for tourism, coal mining and thermal power production.

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  • Furthermore, winning and hosting key international conferences is seen as a major economic boost to the host city and many use the conference sector as a means of urban renewal and regeneration. The city of Glasgow employed 40,000 people on the Clyde at the height of the shipbuilding era but as the industry declined so did the area around it. The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) was built on the banks of the Clyde in 1985 and over the last ten years £1 billion has been spent in transforming Clydeside as conference business and general tourism has grown.

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