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Additionally, during his employment at GTZ, he was directly involved in the EU Harmonization process of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and worked specifically in the agriculture, tourism, economy, environment, transport, finance, labour and health sectors; all of this was pointed out in his PHP; Case No. (...) The Applicant claims that during this period, he was “directly involved” in the EU Harmonization process of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and worked specifically in the agriculture, tourism, economy, environment, transport, finance, labour and health sectors, which he pointed out in his PHP.
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Score: 658783.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-043.pdf
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Microsoft Word - WTACCKHM19_LEG_3 1 Submitted to the Council of Ministers DRAFT TOURISM LAW OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA Submitted by Ministry of Tourism Phnom Penh, Cambodia Draft May 23rd, 2002 2 Chapter I: General provisions Article 1: This law shall apply to all economic activities relating to tourism, travel, entertainment, recreation and leisure businesses in the Kingdom of Cambodia, whether owned or operated by the private or public entities for the purpose specified below: - Develop in a sustainable manner the tourism sector in order contribute to poverty reduction; - Protect and conserve the unique cultural and natural resources on which the tourism industry is based; - Improve and maintain the quality of tourism services in the Kingdom of Cambodia by introducing a quality assurance system, in order to provide security and increase the satisfaction of tourists; - Create an effective marketing and promotion program through a public/private sector partnership effort; and - Contribute to the international friendship and understanding through tourism industry. (...) Chapter II: Tourism Activities and Tourism Licenses Article 4: The tourism activities are classified into the following categories: - Accommodation services; - Food and beverages services; - Tourist transportation; - Tourism information and advertising services; - Tour operator; - Travel agency; - Leisure activities; - Sale of souvenirs and gifts to tourists; - Tourism sports; - Vocational Training School for Tourism; and - Any other tourism related services. (...) Tourism operator who has a provisional tourism license and latter comply with the requirements of Article 8 may have a permanent tourism license.
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Score: 634003.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM19_LEG_3.pdf
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C:\WINNT\Profiles\pertusd\Desktop\Nice Paper.PDF World Conference on the Measurement of the Economic Impact of Tourism Nice, France, June 15-18, 1999 THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING AND USING THE TOURISM SATELLITE ACCOUNT By M. (...) Further, tourism consumption includes both “tourism” and “non-tourism” goods and services. (...) The total supply of each tourism or non-tourism commodity had to equal the sum of its tourism and non-tourism demand.
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Score: 632307.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/serv_e/nicepaper_e.pdf
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Microsoft Word - WTACCKHM5_LEG_11 File: 12 Tourism Law-English-19August01.doc DRAFT AUGUST 2001 TOURISM LAW OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA Chapter I General provisions child sex touris foreign as owner travel agency construction hotel- input from MoT Article 1: Objectives This law has the objectives to: A. Develop the tourism sector to reduce poverty; B. Protect and conserve the unique cultural and natural resources on which the tourism industry is based; C. (...) Chapter II Tourism Development Plan Article 3: National Tourism Development Plan and Regional Tourism Development Plans The Ministry of Tourism shall prepare a National Tourism Development Plan and Regional Tourism Development Plans upon consultation with the relevant institution for approval by the Royal Government.
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Score: 632157.28 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM5_LEG_11.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Final HLTD on Tourism - Summary FINAL Putting sustainable and resilient tourism at the heart of an inclusive recovery High Level Thematic Debate Wednesday, 4 May 2022, UN Headquarters, New York Summary by the President of the General Assembly 1 KEY MESSAGES AND OVERVIEW  The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the economic, social, and cultural importance of the tourism sector, globally.  The importance of advancing a multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral approach to sustainable tourism. (...) Initiatives included the Tourism Linkages Network (TLN), Community Tourism and the Tourism Workers Pension Scheme. (...) The increasing tourism demand for sustainable vacations is also supporting the transformation of the tourism sector.
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Score: 631718.85 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/wp-c...06/HLTD-on-Tourism-Summary.pdf
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CHAPTER 6TOURISM IN CANADA AND ITS VARIOUS ECONOMIC FACETS1 Statistics Canada - Catalogue no. 87-403 Tourism Statistical Digest 57 Introduction Tourism affects a number of industries. Hotels, travel agencies, airlines and restaurants are to varying degrees affected by tourism. Thus, tourism is not just one industry, but an amalgam of several, and the tourism phenomenon raises a number of questions because of its complexity, its various ramifications and its scope. What is the real magnitude of tourism in Canada? What are the total tourism expenditures in Canada?
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Score: 631288.43 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...statistical_digest_chap6_e.pdf
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The status referred to in the preceding number shall be attributed in the following modalities: a) Tourism Utility for Installation; b) Tourism Utility for Operation; c) Tourism Utility for Remodeling. 3. The Tourism Utility Status for Installation is attributed to the new tourism establishments or undertakings, upon presentation of an investment project. 4. (...) Article 3 (Assumptions for the Attribution) 1. The Tourism Utility status shall be attributed to legally constituted tourism establishments or undertakings that have as social objective the exclusive exercise of the tourism activity. 2.
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Score: 631275.73 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../cpv_e/WTACCCPV20A2_LEG_13.pdf
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Setting the scene A. Tourism – an important economic driver 1. Tourism is an important economic driver in many advanced and developing economies. (...) Applying circular economy principles to tourism is an ongoing effort and, so far, there is no consensus on what exactly a circular tourism model would look like. (...) Signals might be found in a variety of fields (e.g., economic, environmental, health, politics etc.); (d) Leverage the transition towards a more circular tourism to diversify markets and tourism offers (e.g., by promoting cultural tourism beyond “sun and beach tourism”).
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Score: 631192.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../ECE_NICOSIA.CONF_2022_5_E.pdf
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Workshop: Cross-border Provision of Professional Services and Domestic Regulation SYMPOSIUM ON TOURISM SERVICES 22-23 FEBRUARY 2001 WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION, GENEVA Overview of international trade in tourism services, including current statistics and trends (As part of Session I: Specificity of Tourism as a Set of Industries Heavily Dependent on Network Services, and its Treatment in GATS) OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION JOSÉ QUEVEDO Professor, Chief Consultant on Tourism Statistics & HENRYK F. HANDSZUH Chief Quality of Tourism Development World Tourism Organization I. Introduction: relevance of current tourism statistics to the evaluation of trade in tourism services Brief overview of the recent progress made in consolidating tourism statistics: the adoption of the definition of tourism; the approval of: the Standard International Classification of Tourism Activities and of the Tourism Satellite Account: Recommended Methodological Framework; the current work aimed at developing statistics of international trade in services.
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Score: 630922.17 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...top_e/serv_e/symp_outlhh_e.doc
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Putting People First: Building a more Resilient Tourism Sector in Sri Lanka PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST: BUILDING A MORE RESILIENT TOURISM SECTOR IN SRI LANKA 1 | P a g e Disclaimer This Roadmap was developed with the technical and financial support of the European Union and UNDP in Sri Lanka under the ‘Transforming Tourism in Sri Lanka: Emerging from crisis as a strong, resurgent and rebranded industry’ project. (...) Key findings of the Rapid Impact Assessment of COVID-19 on Tourism 3. Principles Guiding Tourism Recovery and Transformation a. (...) Foster a Whole of Government and Whole of Industry Approach to Tourism Recovery c. Managing for tourism transformation and resilience 4.
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Score: 630779.2 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...lk/UNDPLKA_Tourism_Roadmap.pdf
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