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International Tourism in Developing Countries

  • François Vellas
  • Lionel Bécherel
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Abstract

According to Antonio Enriquez Savignac, Secretary-General of the WTO (1995), tourism undeniably acts as a driving force for world development. Its growth has overtaken that of international trade which in turn progresses faster than the creation of wealth, particularly for developing countries.

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Further Reading

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  7. Harrison, D. Tourism and the Less Developed Countries. London: Belhaven, 1992.Google Scholar
  8. Inskeep, E. Tourism Planning. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1990.Google Scholar
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  11. Pearce, D. Tourism Development. Harlow: Longman, 1992.Google Scholar
  12. Williams, A. M. and Shaw, G. Tourism and Economic Development. London: Belhaven, 1988.Google Scholar

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© François Vellas and Lionel Bécherel 1995

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  • Lionel Bécherel

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