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At the present time, tourism is one of the sectors that provide the largest contribution to the economic development of countries (Kandampully, 2000). One of the fastest growing segments in the tourism industry is city tourism (Paskaleva-Shapira, 2007). And the rapid growth of tourism industry in developing country, including Malaysia in the past three decades has attracted attention from the government, practitioner and researchers, since it’s being identify as one of the National Key Economic Areas
to spend a lot of money in order to have a successful hunting trip. Many local town governments and cities rely on the taxes from hunting to stay alive. There are even states that rely on hunting for their tourism and tax revenue such as Kansas and Montana. Both of these states have less tourism than most other states and need hunting to generate money. “The total impact that year (2005) was nearly $66.8 million from visitors only in Montana for hunting only” (Burwell 1). These states generate more
The U.S. – Mexico Border is the area of 62 miles on either side of the political border. It stretches from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean, approximately 1,951 miles. Its region contains sparse amounts of water, is flat and desert-like (Hively 1). The U.S.-Mexico Border should be abolished because it was the result of war and mistrust, it affected and still affects many people, and doing so would improve life in both the United States and Mexico. The U.S. - Mexico Border was a product of
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