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International Tourism: Changing Patterns

Romila Chawla (Author)
Synopsis International tourism is a fast growing industry generating 700 billion dollars in annual revenues and accounting for almost ten per cent of total international trade, and almost half of total trade in services. India too has an official "Look East" policy to promote tourism in the region along with Chine, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Cambodia etc. while Europe still dominates international tourism markets, the recent development of new tourist areas and the changing patterns of international tourism, suggest that new tourism geographies are already emerging.
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About the author

Romila Chawla

History Hons. Delhi, University and M.A. in History Ms. Romila Chawla acquired her post graduate in Public Relation and Travel and Tourism with distinction from Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan. She worked with Krishna continental and gained practical experience in the field of her PG studies. Ms. Chawla has traveled extensively and participated in seminars and participated in seminars and conferences on the subject of Tourism and Development. She is an author in her own right who has also published a series of works on Women and Indian Freedom Struggle.

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Bibliographic information

Title International Tourism: Changing Patterns
Author Romila Chawla
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rajat Publications
Language: English
isbn 8178801582
length viii+302p., Tables; Figures; Maps; Notes; References; Index; 22cm.
Subjects Travel & Tourism