• Tourism Management
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  • Tourism in India
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  • Medical Tourism Report
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  • The Impact of Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction in Airline Industry in Hong Kong
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    The Pennsylvania State University The Graduate School Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Management REPRESENTATIVE DISSONANCE IN HERITAGE TOURISM IN INDIA A Thesis in Leisure Studies by Ranjan Bandyopadhyay © 2006 Ranjan Bandyopadhyay Submitted in Partial Fulfil
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  • Multisensory Marketing and Its Application in Tourism
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  • Tourism Management
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    Singapore Anthropology 101 May 16, 2011 Singapore Lying almost on the equator, Singapore is not just one island but a main island with 63 surrounding islets. The main island has a total land area of 682 square km. However, its compact size belies its economic growth. In just 150 years,
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  • International Journal of Tourism Research
    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH Int. J. Tourism Res. 8, 157–170 (2006) Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 10.1002/jtr.569 The Korean War and Tourism: Legacy of the War on the Development of the Tourism Industry in South Korea Young-Sook Lee* Depa
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    Asia Competitiveness Institute>>Accelerating Competitiveness Improvements The Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI) was established in August 2006 as a research centre at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. It aims to provide intellectual leadership and partne
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  • Medical Tourism
    See the Disclosure Appendix for the Analyst Certification and Other Disclosures E C O N O M I C M A R K E T I N D I A A N D A N A L Y S I S : Economics 12 July 2005 Rohini Malkani +9122-5631-9876 rohini.malkani@citigroup.com India Macroscope Medical Tourism in India: A New and G
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  • Health Tourism
    Health Tourism A Boon or Curse? What is it? Medical tourism (also called medical travel, health tourism or global health care) is a term initially coined by travel agencies and themass media to describe the rapidly-growing practice of traveling across international borders to obtain health
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    TITLE: Tourism Slogan It's effectiveness in Marketing the Country A. Introduction In the past few months, news of the Department of Tourism's (DOT) new slogan for attracting tourists into the country quickly spread. Apparently, the DOT's replacement for “WOW Philippines” is “Pilipinas, Ka
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