Should developing countries encourage tourism?

give some example and tell why?

Asked By: Cinderella - 5/28/2007
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The first thing is to frame the issue. Tourisim is a material segment of economic activity. So with that being said there most likely would be some benefit to promoting the positive aspects of a given country/region's attributes that tourists are seeking to use... More
Answered By: Gatsby216 - 5/28/2007
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Yes, the more money they can make the better. If you have no exports to sell, tourism is your best option to bring in money. Look at Jamaica: they have almost no exports to speak of outside of rum and agricultural goods. In fact 60% of their economy is services and tourism. Why wouldn't you sell the idea of a... More
Answered By: shortstop42000 - 5/28/2007
Yes. It would help to generate jobs for the people. Developing countries can also earn more money through the earnings of tourism. Besides that, it help to reduce the reliance on industries such as agriculture or manufacturing.
Answered By: xjsn_lover - 5/28/2007
as per my opinion tourism is a potential guidance to the people who find their neibouring contries interesting.if developing countries take interest in this field many would fly to these places and get to know of the rich heritage and promote the knowledge of whomever visiting these places
Answered By: bhanu b - 5/28/2007
If you look at Thailand, whilst it is true that tourism has greatly developed its economic position, there are several drawbacks... More
Answered By: razza c - 5/29/2007
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