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Caribbean Tourism Legislation Database

CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………………… 2-3

Background and Purpose
Content
Structure
How to Use the Database
Acknowledgments

I.COUNTRY-BY-COUNTRY LISTING ………………………… 4-31

II.LISTING BY SUBJECT AREA ………………………………… 32-51

1.Institutional Framework of Tourism
2.Tourist Accommodation Establishments
3.Development Incentives
4.Regulation and Control of Tourism Industry
5.Tourism Taxation
6.Tourism and Environment
7.Travel/Tours, Sports, Entertainment
8.Air and Sea Transport
9.Casinos/Gaming

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE

This Caribbean Tourism Legislation Database is intended primarily as a service to CTO members, although clearly it will also be of assistance to the numerous academic institutions and individual researchers who make use of the Organization’s Documentation Centre. It is meant to serve as a ready and easy-to-use reference source on regional tourism legislation available at CTO Headquarters for consultation. The need to compile such a database arose from CTO’s ongoing work programme activities, notably in the area of product development, and the increasing requests for examples of tourism-related legislative enactments made by member countries in recent times.

CONTENT

The present first edition of the database contains 187 pieces of tourism-related legislation from 20 member countries. It is not a complete coverage of all CTO member countries; nor is it a full compendium of tourism legislation in the Caribbean. But it is perhaps the largest collection of its kind and, to that extent, it is also a unique resource. More importantly, this first edition represents the beginning of an ongoing process of collection and systematic and user-friendly compilation of tourism legislation. Thus, the...
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