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Cartwheel, the South west farm tourism marketing company based in Topsham, Exeter, UK, has been awarded a £3.5 mill. four year contract under the EU's Objective One programme to enable farmers to become more professional in their marketing activities in order to secure and sustain new business.

Date
25 September 2001
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The South African Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Valli Moosa, speaking at the the Sanlam Future Business Leaders Week in Grahamstown, South Africa, revealed that South Africa is aiming to develop a tourism strategy that is sustainable and environmentally friendly, reports...

Date
25 September 2001
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Australia is pushing itself back into the tourism market with a new concerted advertising campaign in the United States. Minister for Small Business and Tourism, Joe Hockey, launched three campaigns, the first since the events of 11 September, to promote Australia as a holiday destination, using...

Date
11 January 2002
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A new report, the Market Share Indicator 2001, published by the Travel Industry Association of America, suggests that long haul markets such as the UK, Brazil and South Korea are increasingly important to the US tourist industry.

Date
17 August 2001
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The Asian tsunami has meant that many tourists who had previously booked holidays to affected areas have diverted to other destinations. With widespread damage still affecting many hotels and resorts, will the disaster lead to increased business for other holiday destinations?

Date
7 January 2005
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The Banaue Rice Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the number one tourist destination in the northern Philippines according to the Christian Science Monitor. But in recent years the number of tourists to this, and all other parts of the country, have dwindled. Planetrice.net reports on...

Date
26 July 2001
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The Office of Tourism Industries (TI) has released its data on arrivals to the United States for the first quarter of 2001 and has announced a trade surplus of $3.1 billion, receiving $22.3 billion in travel expenditures.

Date
4 September 2001
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The European Commission recently (13 November) announced it's ideas on how best to exploit the European tourism sector's competitive potential. The communication,

Date
22 November 2001
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Some 600 delegates from 105 countries attended a two-day World Conference on Sport & Tourism on February 22-23 2001, jointly organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the World Tourism Organization (WTO), with the support of the region of Catalunya, the city of Barcelona, the...

Date
23 March 2001
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A new report, carried out for the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation, reports on how efforts to attract tourists to destinations outside the traditional tourist centres have failed, writes The Irish Independent online. The report shows how the top five counties: Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Clare and...

Date
20 June 2001