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The Tourism Value Of Nature On Bonaire

The expenditure by tourists on Bonaire is found to be around $125 million annually. An estimated welfare of around $ 50 million dollars is contributed by Bonaire's nature to tourism.
Bonairean ecosystems support touristic activities that depend on the quality of the natural environment,...

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Friday, December 14, 2012
International Tourism : The New Engine of the Cuban Economy

Cuba’s budding tourism industry, built during the 1990’s, has replaced sugar as the island’s top foreign exchange earner.
In contrast to sugar, tourism is based on sound competitive advantages, and it has the potential to generate additional growth, income, and employment in the decades...

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Saturday, December 1, 2012
Travel & Tourism’s Economic Impact Across The Caribbean

Our research indicates that Travel & Tourism (T&T) plays a proportionately stronger role in both GDP and employment creation than any other comparable region.
In 2010, we forecast that the direct T&T industry will account for 3.7% of total GDP, whilst for our broader T&T...

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Monday, May 31, 2010
Travel & Tourism As A Driver Of Economic Development In Jamaica

Tourism has increasingly become the primary supplier of foreign exchange to the Jamaican economy as remittance inflows and bauxite earnings experienced a major set back as a result of the global economic crisis.
Tourism is widely considered to be a key driver of the Jamaican economy. The...

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012
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