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Tourism, a substantial and expanding economic activity, is for a large part of an international nature. The growth of tourism - which generates income, jobs and foreign exchange - represents an opportunity for all countries, if negative impacts o...
This activity aims to promote the compatibility and mutual reinforcement of tourism policies in a broader policy framework.
This project investigates approaches to creating incentives for national tourism organisations (NTO) to become more market-oriented.
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Ce document doit servir de point de départ aux débats des représentants des milieux d'affaires qui participeront à la table ronde consacrée aux PME des économies en transition et des pays en développement.
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OECD Manual on Tourism Sattelite Accounts: Employment Module
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are attracting increased attention in recognition of their economic role and their contribution to growth. SMEs represent over 95% of enterprises in most OECD countries, generate a substantial share of GD...
The forum will discuss major technical factors in the establishment of harmonised tourism statistics in an environment that strengthens co-operation between governments, the private sector, researchers, academics and international organisations.
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This Compendium on the past, present and future activities in the area of SME issues and policies carried out by International and regional bodies, has been prepared by Professor Bernadette Madeuf (Université Paris X Nanterre) in co-operation ...
The Bologna charter on SME policies (adopted on 15 June 2000). Ministers and Representatives of governments of Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, ...