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Needs and opportunities for improving tourism-related facilities in downtown and harbourfront areas - shopping facilities



Needs and opportunities for improving tourism-related facilities in downtown and harbourfront areas - shopping facilities



Improving tourism related facilities in downtown and harbourfront areas Final report OAS regional workshop, St John' s, Antigua and Barbuda, September 16-20, 1985: 36-41



Statistics dealing with the growth of tourism in Antigua show a substantial increase in the number of visitors each year. However, the paper maintains that tourism cannot be measured only in terms of the number of visitors landing on the island, but also, primarily, in terms of the amount of money they spend; the impact of an increased tourism presence should result in an increase in tourist shopping.

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