Published June 29, 2007
by CABI .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Tourists too are centrally concerned with relationships. For tourists, the relationships may be ongoing or the interactions may be initiated during the holiday period. This chapter reviews the influences of a variety of relationships, the tourism contexts in which they occur and the role of these interactions on the well-being of by: 4. While tourists may spend a lot of money to visit developing countries, most of it does not benefit the local population. The World Bank estimates that only 45 percent of the revenue raised by tourism reaches the host country —most of the money floods back to developed nations by way of overseas tour operators and foreign-owned accommodations. Western patients are increasingly travelling to developing countries for health care and developing countries are increasingly offering their skills and facilities to paying foreign customers. The potential and implications of this international trade in medical services is explored in this book . Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.