• Has Tourism Benefited the People of Mauritius ?
    Has tourism benefitted the people of Mauritius? It is a truism that since tourism has been initiated in Mauritius, our standard of living together with our culture have both undergone a drastic change.  With the rapid development of the tourist industry, the Mauritians have encountered several...
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  • Critically Examine the Main Factors and Issues That Have Been Determinant in Public Policy Making in Mauritius Since the Second World War to Modern Times.
    Tourism is our main source of income, but there is also the BPO which is starting to develop considerably). The Sugar Industry Through smart negotiations and building on a preexisting relationship with the United Kingdom, Mauritius succeeded in obtaining preferential treatment from the...
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  • Cultural Tourism in Mauritius
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1. Cultural Tourism in Mauritius Tourism comprises of activities of persons travelling and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than 1 consecutive year, for leisure business and other purposes (WTO, 1991). Mauritius is one of the islands which...
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  • sustainable tourism
    think that we should not pay much attention to sustainable tourism as it does not change the social positions of people in the country whereas social policy can bring benefits to the society. What I think on this problem is that people from other countries may be involved to solve the problem of the...
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  • Toursim
    from the theoretical knowledge to the field of practical knowledge. “Travelling takes us from the world of imagination to the world of reality.”(Chetan) Tourism aids many countries generate income both nationally and privately. Countries like the republic or Mauritius gain their income from...
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  • Does Advertising Always Have Advantages
    marketing plan for our beautiful beaches and luxurious hotels, loads of tourists would not be visiting our country today. Today the tourism sector thrives in Mauritius and is considered as a one of the most important source of income. We can therefore conclude that adverting can indeed have wonderful...
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  • Swot Analysis
    downside risks stem from a heavy dependency on the global economy, especially Europe. Potential spillovers to Mauritius from subdued partner country growth could materialize through reduced tourism, trade, and foreign direct investment (FDI) flows. Other international financial flows could become an...
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  • International Business Management
    the edge of ethnic sentiments. 6.3 Linkages between Foreign and Local Investment 6.3.1 Linkages between Foreign and Local Partners Local and foreign investors have been present from the start in both main sectors of economic diversification in Mauritius, industrialization and tourism. In...
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  • Contemporary Hospitality Industry
    Mauritius to have a better future abroad. Recent years have showed that cruises are offering good packages and this have had a more consequent impact on the skilled staff leaving the island to go and work on cruises where they benefit of a high pay together with the promotion with experience. The...
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  • Essay
    ) with plans by the Mauritian government to substantially increase the number of air tourist arrivals to the island to 1.45 million by 2020 (Government of Mauritius. 2003). Tourism is often recognised as a promising sector for the economic benefits and opportunities it yields for a destination however...
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  • Tourism
    year at this time, Mauritius was facing one of the biggest economic challenges .... measures which helped to bring down the price of internet. The cost of.... In the tourism industry, the trends in 2012 demonstrate clearly the benefits ..... Mr Speaker, Sir, non communicable diseases such as...
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  • Professional Ethics
    . Likewise, in surah 2 verse 219, surah 16 verse 67, surah 4 verse 43, surah 5 verse 90, and surah 5 verse 91, it is stated basically that the drawbacks of alcohol outweighs the benefits of it (Maqbool, 2011). It does not specifically signify that it is prohibited. Most of all, it is not mentioned in...
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  • MID concept
    . Floods, drought, pollution and other natural hazards can adversely affect our tourism industry. For example, the destruction of our beaches and coral reefs due to the degradation of the ecosystem could affect the arrival of tourists in Mauritius. Indeed, the concept of Maurice Ile Durable goes hand in...
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  • General Knowlegde
    technologies suchs as IT? • The contribution made by tourism in Mauritius to the economy and its influence, if any, on Mauritius. 34 Cambridge International AS Level General Paper 8001 and 8004 Paper 1 (8001 and 8004) Example candidate response – grade b Cambridge International AS Level...
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  • A Study on Role of Advertisement in Promotion of Tourism in India
    it for me?” If customers cannot see any benefits to enjoy,  the sale (booking or attraction entry) will be lost. DON’T USE PHOTOGRAPHS WHICH APPEAR TO HAVE COME FROM A FAMILY ALBUM: Tourism destinations and tourism businesses sometimes use photos that look as if they have been taken from a...
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  • Brics
    has demonstrated to what extent the euro-centric strategy is risky and can drag Mauritius into recession. From a monocrop economy, depending mainly on sugar, it has diversified its economic activities into textile and apparel industry, tourism and financial services. Mauritius has one of the...
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  • The Mauritian Service System
    A critical appraisal of the Mauritian Services Sector | Table of contents: Services Sector in Mauritius-----------------------------------------------------------------3 Tourism sector in Mauritius-----------------------------------------------------------------5 SWOT Analysis of...
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  • Export Incentives
    , achieving the objective of export promotion. A subsidy has been defined as a financial contribution conferring a benefit by government or any public body. However, the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures clearly mentions that "exemption of an exported product from duties or taxes...
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  • Third World Countries
    industries of the world and contributes to a large extent to the economic development of the country, Mauritius being one of them. On the international level, it is believed that tourism originated since the 12th century, but it is quite recent phenomenon in Mauritius. The history of tourism in...
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  • Emerging Economic Sectors in Mauritius
    Construction Tourism, third pillar of the economy after the E.P.Z. manufacturing sector and Agriculture, contributes significantly to economic growth and has been a key factor in the overall development of Mauritius.  In the past two decades tourist arrivals increased at an average annual rate of 9...
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