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Aside from t counurce of foreign exchange, since the hoincome. tourism it is ia ma0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000providing considerable employment opportunities in sectors like the hotel industry, the transport sector and wildlife, tourism helps a country increase its foreign exchange reserves. Over the last 25 years, developing countries have increased their portion of the world’s tourism market by more than 20%. Tourism arrivals to destinations in developing countries made up 46% of the total global arrivals in 2011. In 20 of the 48 least developed states in the world, tourism is either the first or the second export earnings source. In terms of the contribution of tourism to the economies of developing countries, more than 25% of the GDP comes from tourism. This statistic mostly applies to the small island countries (BBC, n.d., n.p.).
This paper shall discuss the reasons why most developing countries have chosen to engage tourism as an economic tool for development. Further, it shall expose the challenges that developing countries undergo in choosing tourism as an option for development, and the opportunities presented to developing countries in their quest to use tourism for development.
The tourism sector may be the sole service sector that offers quantified and concrete trading opportunities (BMZ, n.d., n.p.). This sector is of immense benefits to any country, regardless of the country’s development levels. For developing countries, tourism is among the most fundamental pillars in their process of development because it has been marked as a dominant activity with the potential to spur economic growth. In some countries, tourism is the sole source of employment and foreign currency, therefore forming a concrete platform for development of the economy 90 (U.S.I.P, n.d., n.p.). The reasons for increased investment in the tourism sector by developing countries are as follows:
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The revenue generated from tourism is one of the most important contributors to the overall GDP of the developing countries therefore tourism holds significant importance for such countries. For developing countries, ethno-tourism can be a great source of revenue as there are a number of tourists from developed countries who are eager to be one of the first individuals to have the opportunity to contact the people who live in a manner that is completely free from any influence of the modern world.
At the same time, this paper will try to present the facts which can prove to provide corresponding results with the aspects of tourism presented in the New York Times by Anjela M. Blake. Introduction Times Square is considered to be a major junction of performers, tourists, spectators and locals that add to the diverse nature of the city and country along with the world.
As the industries grow there will be visible impact on the economy. Job opportunities grow and innumerable colonies are developed. The growth is multifold and the technology exchange migration takes place.
People of different nations migrate to cities. Different nations of people live in one city, like in United Kingdom representing unity in diversity with so many cultures and traditional values.
The most influential political factor which is shaping the international tourism industry is the more significant role played by the World Tourism Organization (WTO) in influencing its member countries. One of the most notable projects of WTO is The Silk Road Project which revitalizes the ancient highways used by Marco Polo through tourism.
Both seek to identify and make sense of culture and human dynamics.
According to Burns "Because tourism is a global set of activities crossing many cultures, there is a need for a deeper understanding of the consequences of the interaction between generating and receiving tourism societies" (Burns and Holden, 1995).
om the aberrant (as defined by the law) behavior of some members of that society (Davenport, 2008).Criminal law upholds public interests and criminal prosecutions are performed on behalf of public through a state actor.
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These initiatives are based on the assumption that in the long-term, tourism will contribute to economic diversification while reducing the dependency on export of conventional raw materials. However, tourism in Third World countries has been