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Fishing and tourism in the Vanuatu economy

  title={Fishing and tourism in the Vanuatu economy},
  author={Michael Verdone and A. Seidl},
This report focuses on the role and importance of the fishing and tourism industries in Vanuatu’s economy. The report begins by presenting an overview of the country, its economy, and the fishing and tourism industries. It proceeds by discussing the importance of each industry to the urban and rural economies. The report concludes by summarizing the evidence presented and discussing possible future growth paths for each industry. 


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