• Hedging and Difficulties at Air Mauritius
    The assignment will be dealing with the strategies and difficulties that exist at the Air Mauritius, the national airline of Mauritius. To identify the root causes of the difficulties being faced at Air Mauritius, a strategic audit need to be carried out so possible strategic options could be proposed...
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  • Brics
    will be a thrilling ride. Even if the BRICS come close to reaching their apparent potential, their success will redefine the structure of economic environments, patterns of growth, and dynamics of economic activity. It is important to note that the original BRICS grouping was not based on economic similarities...
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  • The Mauritian Economy
    | 2 | Position Of Mauritius In The World | | 3 | Different sectors of the Economy | | 4 | The Primary Sector | | 5 | Introduction- Agriculture in Mauritius | | 6 | Agriculture and Land Use | | | Importance of agriculture in Mauritius | | | The Sugar Industry | | | Sugar Milling...
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  • Mauritius Brief
    Country Brief MAURITIUS August 11, 2010 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Mauritius has successfully diversified its economy away from sugar, which once dominated economic activity. Tourism, property development, financial services, information and communication technologies, and the textile sector are now the...
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  • Key Internal and External Influences Affecting Tourism in Brazil
    | Key Internal & External Influences Affecting Tourism in Brazil | Audit Report | | | | | | Contents Page: * 1) Introduction * 2) External PESTLE Analysis Table * 2.1) Political Influences * 2.2) Environmental Influences * 2.3) Social...
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  • International Tourism
    Multi-Dimensional Impact Of International Tourism Hany H. Makhlouf, University of the District of Columbia, USA ABSTRACT Most countries – be they developed or developing, rich or poor, and large or small – compete for a larger share of the international tourism dollars. They capitalize on their cultural...
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  • Contemporary Hospitality Industry
    | The Contemporary Hospitality Industry | The Contemporary Hospitality Industry (Task 2.1) | | | | Lam Leung Man David | 1/14/2013 | | Contents Abstract 2 Acknowledgment 3 In relation to the current skills gaps, assess the staffing requirements of operational level of the...
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  • Tourism
    tourism diseases 1. Travel Information :: Mauritius Island Online - Tourist ... - Maurinet.com www.maurinet.com › Tourist Information WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE COMING TO MAURITIUS ... This is because of the very effective efforts of the government to combat these diseases. ... If you bringelectrical...
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  • Career Strategies for Success
    this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0959-6119.htm Hotel managers’ career strategies for success Christos Akrivos Department of Tourism Management, Greek Open University, and Department of Business Administration, Athens Technological Institution, Athens, Greece Career strategies...
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  • Sustainable Tourism
    ------------------------------------------------- Specialization Stream Project Stream: Tourism Class: X Prepared by: Louise Skou Gøtterup Date: January 7th, 2013 ------------------------------------------------- Subject: “Sustainable Tourism” Table of Contents Introduction 2 Research Question 4 Sub-Questions...
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  • Changing Mauritian Ecinomy
    Mauritian Economy (Since Independence) Mauritius is often deemed an economic miracle. This claim may seem putative at the outset, but at pre-independence period, any prospect of a successful Mauritius was utterly ludicrous. By independence, on 12 March 1968, Mauritius had been a British colony for over one...
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  • Langkawi Development Authority
    Langkawi Development Authority Act 1990 (Act 423) and placed under the authority of the Ministry of Finance. 80% of the population involved in tourism activities. Less than 30% of the Island is developed. Hotels, motels, chalets, restaurants, retails, places of attractions, travel & tour agencies...
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  • The Mauritian Service System
    in Mauritius-----------------------------------------------------------------3 Tourism sector in Mauritius-----------------------------------------------------------------5 SWOT Analysis of tourism sector----------------------------------------------------------7 ICT Sector in Mauritius----...
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  • Marketing
    constitute a customer value hierarchy. The levels of the product that the travel and tourism industry offers to its customers are as follows: 1) Core product The core product offered by Travel and Tourism industry is the destination. It is core because the main aim of the tourist is the destination...
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  • REVIEW OF CSR POLICIES IN MAURITIUS
    Review of Corporate Social Responsibility policies and actions in Mauritius and Rodrigues Final Report April 2008 Table of Contents 1 Introduction................................................................................. 3 1.1 1.2 2 Background information ................
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  • Service Quality in the Public Service
    QUALITY IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE Prabha Ramseook-Munhurrun, University of Technology, Mauritius Soolakshna D. Lukea-Bhiwajee, University of Technology, Mauritius Perunjodi Naidoo, University of Technology, Mauritius ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is to obtain a better understanding of the extent...
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  • Poultry
    MASTER OF TOURISM ADMINISTRATION (M.T.A.)* (Course Curriculum) Department of History of Art Faculty of Arts BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY VARANASI – 221005 [pic] *Offered at B.H.U Main Campus and R.G.S.C. Barkachha (for Batch 2011 & Batch 2012) Semester Layout |First Semester...
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  • International Business Management
    fully enjoy the benefits of competition – choice and lower prices. The multilateral trading system is an attempt by governments to make the business environment stable and predictable. • Promoting Fair Competition Many of the other WTO agreements aim to support fair competition: in agriculture, intellectual...
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  • Financial Development
    Countries Foreign Direct Investment Cost and Conditions for the Textile, Apparel, Horticulture, Food and Beverage Processing, Shared Services and Tourism Industries Ghana Kenya Lesotho Madagascar Mali Mozambique Senegal Tanzania Uganda FIFTH IN A SERIES OF SECTOR ANAlYSES NOVEMBER 2006 SNAPSHOT AFRICA ...
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  • Annual Economy
    government’s estimate, the Indian economy has grown by 7.2 percent during fiscal year 2009-10 (FY 2010)1, an increase from 6.7 percent growth in FY 2009. The industry sector has witnessed excellent rebound this year. The cumulative growth for FY 2010 works out to 10.4 per cent, against 2.8 per cent in FY 2009. The...
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