Why Tourism Is Not Developed in the Bahamas
The recent worldwide economic slump has caused a similar downturn in the Bahamian economy. The Bahamian government has only been actively courting the tourist dollar since 1992, and this downturn has slowed progress....
The Bahamas is a stable, developing nation with an economy heavily ... In
addition to tourism and banking, the government supports the development of a
... it has not entered into joint economic ini...
If tourists do not come to The Bahamas, those persons directly involved in tourism
, ... Physical products are produced, stored, later sold and still later consumed.
During the 1950s a number of new hotels were built and The Bahamas ... growth
in tourism in the 1950s and 1960s were perhaps not fully understood at the ...
Jan 21, 2014 ... With 65 percent of The Bahamas' total $500 million in room revenue ... that
tourism is not supporting the economic and social development of ...
The phrase "The Bahamas" conjures images of a Caribbean island paradise,
even though the Bahamas are technically in the Atlantic Ocean and not the ... The
well-developed Bahamas tourist industry makes the small island nation a ...
Saunders (1990) argues that the early years of tourism development in the
Bahamas did not help to foster a better understanding between peoples. Instead
Oct 15, 2014 ... “The addition of such a substantial development, (Baha Mar) has been ... of
visitor spending not just at Baha Mar, but also in the city of Nassau.
In 2003 the Bahamas was not among the eight Caribbean nations that ratified ...
The US State Department predicted that plans to develop tourism on the Family ...
www.wttc.org/-/media/files/reports/economic impact research/country reports/bahamas2014.pdf
not only outpacing the wider economy, but also growing faster than other
significant sectors such as ... a tool for economic development and job creation.