Internationalization of Tourism Services and Their Role in World Economy
At the beginning of the new millennium, tourism has been noted as one of the most dynamic areas of activity, generating jobs and foreign exchange resources. Every country is interested to develop its tourism industry and to turn to profit its natural, cultural and economic potential on the global market. Tourism could be a source of economic development only for those countries which, yet undeveloped, could attract a large number of tourists so as to generate a sufficient volume of receipts in order to contribute either to the remission of trade deficit or to the stimulation of other upstream activities in the tourism industry. This paper aims at highlighting the premises of tourism internationalization, the scale and impact of international tourism growth, the overall situation of the global tourism industry as well as an analysis of the international tourism as seen as a component of foreign economic relations.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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