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262 documents for drawbacks of tourism
  • Many people who work and play in downtown Niagara Falls were pleasantly surprised to see a TGI Fridays open in the Sheraton at the Falls hotel in June. But Faisal Merani saw the move coming. The Canadian hotelier soon announced his own plans to fill a major gap in downtown dining with a key component: more chains.

    ... local officials noting advantages and drawbacks of chain restaurants. The chains also have ... John Percy, president of the Niagara Tourism & Convention Corp. "It's someone that has a ...

  • ...Notwithstanding the drawbacks with some modernization programs, the majority of ... and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism Peter David, recognized that the island’s ...

  • ... and Newark to Delhi, Mumbai and other tourism and commercial centers in India. The roundtrip ...Most of the drawbacks of passwords can be addressed by offering better ...

  • EPA and NHTSA, on behalf of the Department of Transportation, are issuing final rules to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel economy for light-duty vehicles for model years 2017 and beyond. On May 21, 2010, President Obama issued a Presidential Memorandum requesting that NHTSA and EPA develop through notice and comment rulemaking a coordinated National Program to improve fuel economy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions of light-duty vehicles for model years 2017-2025, building on the success of the first phase of the National Program for these vehicles for model years 2012-2016. This final rule, consistent with the President's request, responds to the country's critical need to address global climate change and to reduce oil consumption. NHTSA is finalizing Corporat...

    ...As stated by the Alliance, one of the drawbacks is that this system operates continuously even ... given locale may band together to promote tourism in that locale. Antitrust law recognizes that ...

  • Without attracting much notice, regional bank stocks are having a banner year. They are up 28 percent through June 18, ranking among the best of the 154 industry groups in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index.

    ... home state, and has the benefits and drawbacks associated with an economy dependent on tourism. ...

  • One of the economic reforms instituted by Syrian Pres Hafiz al-Asad was the strengthening of the country's tourism industry. The government has drafted laws such as Resolution 186 and Law Number 10 to encourage, through incentives, investments by private and local and foreign businessmen. This measure is estimated to create 120,000 jobs by the year 2000 and to attract five million tourists by the year 2010. The focus on tourism is brought about by the fact that it creates plenty of jobs, requires little infrastructure and few well-trained workers, and generates foreign currency.

    ... benefits, and its relatively few drawbacks, to the state. The liberalization of tourism has ...

  • In this Article I examine “medical tourism”—the travel of patients who are residents of one country to another country for medical treatment—which is fast becoming a multi-billion dollar industry. To date, the primary U.S. medical tourists appear to have been uninsured or underinsured Americans seeking substantial cost savings by traveling to less developed countries for care. More recently, state governments, self-insured firms, Fortune 500 companies, and domestic insurers have begun attempts to get their insured populations to use medical tourism as well by requiring it or giving incentives for its use (what I call “insurer-prompted medical tourism”). There is, however, a dark side to the growth of this industry. In this Article I set out...

    ... with the available levers and their drawbacks is useful in calibrating our normative views ...

  • ... and government; and the benefits, drawbacks, and issues of concern to the host communities. ...

  • ... industries: services, entertainment/food, tourism, and manufacturing. This could be considered as a ...Some of the drawbacks of this study would be the seriousness of the ...

  • Vacationers have long flocked to the Poconos, traditionally among the most affordable of regional destinations. The timber-carpeted mountainous area has no large towns, few big-name attractions, limited man-made recreation and mostly small-scale tourism infrastructure. But that doesn't mean there's nothing to do. For instance, Pocono Summit, Pa., an unincorporated community of 2,200 cradled by hills, dotted with lakes and all but surrounded by state game land, offers almost endless activities for those drawn to outdoor pursuits.

    ...Drawbacks. High property taxes. A virtually non-existent ...

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