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Ireland is one of the most open economies in Europe. International trade is the life-blood of its prosperity. It has come through the recent international economic downturn better than most. Over the past decade, Ireland's macroeconomic policies, including fiscal management, tax reforms, incomes policies and investment in education, have laid the foundation for a virtuous circle, reinforcing growth and strengthening the resilience
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Background report on the Review of Japan's national tourism Policy.
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Background document of Mexico's national tourism policy review.
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Background report on the Review of Korea's National Tourism Policy.
Neue Ideen im Tourismus, die der Industrie helfen, besser mit ökonomischen und politischen Krisen zurechtzukommen, sind das Thema einer Sonderkonferenz zu Innovation und Wachstum im Tourismus, die vom 18. bis 19. September 2003 in Lugano, Schweiz stattfindet.
Bringing new ideas to tourism to help reinforce the industry’s resilience to economic and political crises will be the theme of a special Conference on Innovation and Growth in Tourism in Lugano, Switzerland from 18-19 September 2003.
The 7th Forum is organised by the Swedish Tourist Authority, Statistics Sweden, OECD and Eurostat.
This article was published in the May 2003 edition of the OECD Observer.
The Conference "Challenges and policies regarding human resources in tourism" is organised jointly by the OECD Tourism Committee and the Turkish authorities on 21-22 November 2002 in Cappadocia, Turkey.
The Forum is organised by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the OECD and Eurostat. The aim is to discuss major issues concerning the building of an information system for good public and private ...