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Empirical relationships in the Venezuelan hotel sector

Estudios Turisticos ( 107): 3-16
Empirical relationships in the Venezuelan hotel sector
It is possible to calculate relative estimates which are reliable enough to help determine policy on the financing of the hotel industry which ensures an adequate level of returns. The article describes methods which can be used to accurately and quickly profile investment in the Venezuelan hotel industry, and identifies the necessary sources of data.

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