Changes to Chinese visas would give inbound market huge boost
- Part Eight: Key Sector Reports and Notes: Travel and Tourism. Reuvid, Jonathan // Doing Business with China;2005, p382
The chapter focuses on the state of travel and tourism in China as of January 2005. Spending by tourists increased in 2002. The strongest growth in the market was in 2000. China is both the biggest source of tourists in the Asia-Pacific region and the most favored destination, according to an...
- UK visitor levels to Spain fall. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;8/6/2004, Issue 2626, p2
Reports on the decline in British visitor levels to Spain in the first three months of 2004.
- Autumn is not the be all and end fall. Carr, Howard // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;8/6/2004, Issue 2626, p56
Focuses on the expansion of the trade coverage of the region of New England. Encouragement of travel operators to put greater emphasis on attractions; Launch of American Airlines' Boston, Massachusetts route from Manchester, England.
- Pick a Card. Textor, Alex Robertson; Kramer, S. E. // Conde Nast Traveler;Nov2005, Vol. 40 Issue 11, 142 p141
Presents a list of several city card or pass for free entry or reduced admission to attractions in the tourism industry in Europe. Offer of I Amsterdam card that provides admission to all major Amsterdam museums; Free travel within central Berlin and discounts on city walks by the Berlin...
- Travel to Tanzania with caution. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;7/9/2004, Issue 2622, p6
Presents cautions for British tourists who want to travel to Tanzania.
- Who Should Get in? The Ethics of Immigration Admissions. Carens, Joseph H. // Ethics & International Affairs (Wiley-Blackwell);2003, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p95
Identifies the norms and principles embedded in the immigration practices of liberal democratic states. Ethics of immigration admissions; Concept of obligatory and discretionary admissions; Criteria of exclusion in the immigration policy of the U.S.
- Impact of ''Nepal Tourism Year 2011'' on Tourist Arrival in Pokhara. PARAJULI, Biswo Kallyan; PAUDEL, Yog Raj // Himalayan Journal of Sociology & Anthropology;2014, Vol. 6, p22
Tourism is a growing industry in Nepal. Pokhara is one of the major tourist destinations in Nepal. To foster the tourism industry in Nepal then government of Nepal decided on 2008 to launch a national tourism campaign ''Nepal Tourism Year 2011'' targeting to bring one million international...
- Rise in visa price will rock inbound tourism. Huxley, Lucy // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;6/17/2005, Issue 2670, p8
Reports on the effect of the rise in tourist visa prices on inbound tourism in Great Britain. Impact of the government's decision to raise the cost of a tourist visa by 40 percent on would-be tourists; Concern that the move would cause the country to lose significant export revenue as visitors...
- 2 MACRO-ACCESSIBILITY IN URUGUAY: 2.8 TRAVEL RISKS. // Uruguay Economic Studies;2007, p38
The article provides information on the macro accessibility in Uruguay, particularly its tourism. It explores how tourism in the country underwent on several issues, including visa requirements, means of telecommunication, transportation and heath. Moreover, observance of the country on local...