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European business tourism - changes and prospects

Tourism Management 14(3): 167-172

European business tourism - changes and prospects

The Gulf war and recession have had a major impact on the business travel sector in the early 1990s. While the demand for business travel is now on the increase there has been no return to the high volume, high levels of travel characteristic of the 1980s.

Accession: 002373927

DOI: 10.1016/0261-5177(93)90017-f

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