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Pro-Poor Tourism in Kumarakom , Kerala , South India : Policy Implementation and Impacts

@inproceedings{Michot2010ProPoorTI,
  title={Pro-Poor Tourism in Kumarakom , Kerala , South India : Policy Implementation and Impacts},
  author={By Thibault Michot and Thibault Michot},
  year={2010}
}
Even though the world is coming through a global ec onomic crisis, the tourism industry is still expected to keep booming at an impressive rat of almost 10%. By predicting that the figure of 1 billion international travelers will pr obably be hit in 2010, it is clear that this sector has impacts on peoples’ lives, especially th ose living in developing countries where tourism is seen as a great opportunity to generate income. However, because of the way the industry is ruled, tourism did not… Expand
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