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  • Tourism Government of Hong Kong 1873562Versions of TourismGovernment of Hong Kong Versions of Tourism include: Tourism (October 2014) Tourism (August
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  • and Internal Actions Title XXII: Tourism 1. The Union shall complement the action of the Member States in the tourism sector, in particular by promoting
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  • Tourism  (2004)  Government of Hong Kong 1873971TourismGovernment of Hong Kong2004 HONG KONG: THE FACTS Tourism The tourism industry is
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  • Social Welfare Statistics Telecommunications Testing and Certification Tourism Town Planning Trade and Industry Transport Water, Power and Gas Supplies
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  • of us benefits from the effects of tourism. It substantially enhances our personal growth and education. Tourism also promotes intercultural understanding
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  • President of the United States of America A Proclamation The travel and tourism industry is the source of countless benefits for both Americans and our
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  • 5148 − Centennial of the Birth of Harry S Truman Proclamation 5149 − National Tourism Week, 1984 Proclamation 5150 − Save Your Vision Week, 1984 Proclamation
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  • preserved. National Tourism Week fittingly celebrates tourists, travelers, and those who earn their livelihood by serving them. Travel and tourism offer countless
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  • Executive Order 12508 by President of the United States World Tourism Organization ◄  Executive Order 12507 64846 Executive Order 12509  ►
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  • Tourism  (2007)  Government of Hong Kong 1903647TourismGovernment of Hong Kong2007 HONG KONG: THE FACTS Tourism The tourism industry is
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  • Tourism  (2011)  Government of Hong Kong 1873574TourismGovernment of Hong Kong2011 HONG KONG: THE FACTS Tourism The tourism industry is a major
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  • Regional planning and development Road traffic regulation Soil conservation Tourism Trade Traditional leadership, subject to Chapter 12 of the Constitution
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  • national security, it is hereby ordered as follows: The travel and tourism industry is one of our Nation's leading service sectors and sources of
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  • travel and tourism industry represents a vital part of the American economy. The Department of Commerce estimates that in 2001 the travel and tourism industry
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  • Tourism  (2014)  Government of Hong Kong 1873970TourismGovernment of Hong Kong2014 HONG KONG: THE FACTS Tourism The tourism industry is a major
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  • Reagan By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Tourism is vital to the United States. It contributes significantly to our economic
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  • contribute to community economic development initiatives, including heritage tourism, taking into account agency mission needs, public access considerations
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  • Regional planning and development Road traffic regulation Soil conservation Tourism Trade Traditional leadership, subject to Chapter 12 of the Constitution
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  • Kulongoski 187557Speech by Governor KulongoskiTed Kulongoski Oregon Tourism Conference Governor Theodore R. Kulongoski Lincoln City, Oregon April 15
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  • Medical Research Chapter 31—International Travel Chapter 31a—National Tourism Organization (Omitted or Repealed) Chapter 32—Foreign Assistance Chapter
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