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Tourism planning in a presently developing country. The case of Malaysia



Tourism planning in a presently developing country. The case of Malaysia



International Journal of Tourism Management 3(2): 98-107



Increasingly sophisticated economic studies of tourism have been undertaken in developed countries, (DCs), and in presently developing countries, (PDCs), however, the paucity of reliable data often precludes such studies. However, in some PDCs there is already a relatively strong economic and industrial base, and tourism is not viewed as the motor of development, but rather as a sector of economic diversification within the development process.

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DOI: 10.1016/0261-5177(82)90005-x


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