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  • Concept of Hospitality and Tourism
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  • Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
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  • Thai Tourism and Economic Development: the Current State of Research
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  • “It Has Been Said That Globalisation Is Having a Significant Influence on the Tourism and Hospitality Industry. Evaluate This Statement.”
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  • Tourism Sector & Hospitality Sector
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  • Role of Ict in the Hospitality Industry
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  • The Role of Tourism in India
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  • Strategic Management of Scottish Tourism and Hospitality Industry
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