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The report forecasts travel and tourism to and within the Far East and Pacific region, now the fastest growing of the major tourist regions of the world. It analyses the potential for travel to the region from individual origin countries both inside and outside the region. Forecasts show travel by...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Citation
Special Report - Economist Intelligence Unit, 1990, No. 2030,
Abstract

The study attempts to collate all known available research on the North Asian market with a final objective of ascertaining the potential this market holds for New Zealand as a tourist destination. It begins with an overview of market performance in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea. It then assesses...

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NZTP Overseas Market Research Series, 1990, No. 3, pp 70pp.
Abstract

Tourism in the 13 core countries of the Pacific Rim (Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Korea Republic, Taiwan, Thailand) is poised to boom. Valued at more than $36 000 million in 1991, it is forecast to approach $100 000 million by...

Author(s)
Payne, M.
Publisher
Financial Times Business Information, London, UK
Citation
Tourism in the Pacific Rim: growth in a region of opportunity., 1993, pp xii + 171pp.
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This paper examines four major issues. First it will consider the manner in which tourism becomes part of international diplomacy, national foreign policy agendas and international trade. Examples of the implications of international tourism policies for tourism growth and development will be...

Author(s)
Hall, C. M.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Tourism and politics: policy, power and place., 1994, pp 59-91
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The Asia Market Brief is split into the following subsections: north Asia, and southeast Asia. The Asian travel market to New Zealand has enormous potential. The buoyant economy and growing influence of Asian countries make this a prosperous area for New Zealand. With larger disposable incomes,...

Citation
Asia: market brief., 1994, pp 80 pp.
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This chapter focuses on the political setting for tourism, and examines the problems created for tourism as a result of political change which can lead to the establishment of new political units, some of which may take a considerable time to reach full statehood. The problems of anomalous...

Author(s)
Butler, R. W.; Mao, B.
Publisher
Routledge, London, UK
Citation
Change in tourism: people, places, processes., 1995, pp 92-113
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Papers, speeches and declarations are presented from the 34th Meeting of the WTO Commission for South Asia, and the 13th Joint Meeting of the WTO Commission for South Asia and the WTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific. They focus on the need to develop a sustainable tourism policy. Part I...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Tourism 2000: building a sustainable future for Asia-Pacific: final report. Conference Bandos Island Resort, Maldives 16-17 February 1997., 1997, pp vii + 198 pp.
Abstract

By calculating the Relative Price Index (RPI) and a Gross Domestic Product Index (GDPI) for the main tourist generating countries to Taiwan (ROC), this paper determines the effects of relative price levels and overall country incomes on tourism in Taiwan. The international tourism industry now...

Author(s)
Fish, M.; Waggle, D.
Citation
Tourism Recreation Research, 1997, 22, 1, pp 11-16
Abstract

The future potential for developing leisure projects in Asia is discussed. Despite the economic crisis in 1997 the prospects for development look good. It is noted that the growing Chinese outbound market has a leading role to play in the future growth of the leisure industry as it was largely...

Author(s)
Munde, J.
Citation
Leisure Management, 1999, 19, 10, pp 62-63 (AMI)
Abstract

This study examines the prospects for leisure time in a sample of 18 important tourism generating countries, to establish what changes in the pattern of leisure time are taking place, how these are reshaping holiday taking, and how governments and the tourism industry should respond. The countries...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Changes in leisure time: the impact on tourism., 1999, pp 151 pp.

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