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Mexico's 1989-94 tourism plan: implications of internal political and economic instability

, : Mexico's 1989-94 tourism plan: implications of internal political and economic instability. Journal of Travel Research 36(1): 44-51

This article is a descriptive study of the tourism modernization plan adopted and implemented by Mexico during the period 1989-94 as a means of improving the economic performance of the country.

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DOI: 10.1177/004728759703600107

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