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International tourism and economic development in South Africa a Granger causality test



International tourism and economic development in South Africa a Granger causality test



International Journal Of Tourism Research: 2, 149-163



One of the major objectives of macroeconomic policies in many developing countries is sustained economic growth, and South Africa has been striving to achieve and maintain this in various ways. One of these is through international tourism. Although international tourism contributes to the growth of many economies, it is in turn, impacted by growth in many developed countries.

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DOI: 10.1002/jtr.743


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