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The relationship between tourism, regional development and the EC's role in policy formulation has attracted limited attention in recent research. The Channel Tunnel, and joint tourism initiatives between the frontier areas of Kent and Nord Pas de Calais provided the basis for trans-frontier EC...

Sinclair, M. T.; Page, S. J.
Regional Studies, 1993, 27, 5, pp 475-483

The Channel Tunnel link between the UK and the European continent is due to open in 1993. The tunnel will compete with existing air and sea services and is also expected to generate increased traffic in its own right. Delays in providing high-speed rail links have already reduced the projected user ...

Manning-Shaw, J.
Tourism Management, 1991, 12, 1, pp 5-8