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The Bahamas is one of the Caribbean's major destinations, receiving a total of nearly 3.5 million visitors in 1991. Cruise ship passengers, who do not stay overnight and spend considerably less in the country than stopover tourists, have steadily increased as a proportion of total visitors,...

Author(s)
UK, Economist Intelligence Unit
Citation
International Tourism Reports, 1992, No. 4, pp 36-54
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The tourism sectors of the eight small countries which comprize the Organization of East Caribbean States (OECS) are examined: Anguilla, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Montserrat, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines and Grenada. All these countries are among the...

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International Tourism Quarterly, 1985, No. 1, pp 30-39
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The tourism industry is the mainstay of the Bermudan economy and the annual influx of visitors exceeds the local population by ten times. The islands offer good accessibility, an equitable climate, attractive beaches and coral reefs, liveliness and an 'old English' atmosphere. Over 447 000 foreign...

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International Tourism Qurterly, 1984, No. 4, pp 16-19
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This report presents a pan-Caribbean view of tourism in the region, where almost all the nations have economies to which tourism makes a large actual contribution. The Caribbean Tourism Research and Development Centre is a major force for the unification of tourism policy issues across the region....

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International Tourism Quarterly, 1984, No. 1, pp 37-55
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Barbados offers the visitor a tranquil holiday in "a tropical England" which is well served by international airlines. Although arrivals are falling off, the view of trade in the near future is optimistic. Visitors from the UK, the USA and Canada together account for 60% of arrivals, attracted...

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International Tourism Quarterly, 1984, No. 2, pp 31-42
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This article looks at the island groups which are integral overseas parts of the Netherlands and France. In common with much of the Caribbean, the islands derive varying but overall considerable economic benefits from foreign tourist activity. Whilst major resort complexes have not been developed...

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International Tourism Quarterly, 1984, No. 3, pp 9-21
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An agreeable climate and good air and sea connections have led to the Virgin Islands becoming a major tourist destination, particularly in winter and for North Americans. Tourism in the US group has stagnated recently but still accounts for half of total income. Most tourists are long stay but ...

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International Tourism Quarterly, 1984, No. 3, pp 22-28
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The paper gives an account of tourism in the USSR, where tourism has experienced a long period of very high growth with only a mild setback during the 1980-82 period of recession. Although international tourism is still relatively very small in the Soviet Union, investment in this sector is rising...

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International Tourism Quarterly, 1983, No. 4, pp 20-28