Tourism should not be taken for granted: Research Unit Director

  • Joseph Cheer

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    The Government of Vanuatu should not take tourism in the country for granted, Joseph Cheer, an Associate Director of the Australia and International Tourism Research Unit (AITRU) at Monash University in Victoria, Australia has suggested.

    Cheer who also lectures in the School of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies at the university says the Vanuatu tourism industry faces intense international competition, not just from other Pacific Islands but also from Asian destinations that are cheaper to get to.

     
    Period3 May 2015

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    • TitleTourism should not be taken for granted: Research Unit Director
      Media name/outletVanuatu Daily Post
      Duration/Length/Size700 words
      CountryVanuatu
      Date3/05/15
      DescriptionThe Government of Vanuatu should not take tourism in the country for granted, Joseph Cheer, an Associate Director of the Australia and International Tourism Research Unit (AITRU) at Monash University in Victoria, Australia has suggested.

      Cheer who also lectures in the School of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies at the university says the Vanuatu tourism industry faces intense international competition, not just from other Pacific Islands but also from Asian destinations that are cheaper to get to.
      Producer/AuthorJonas Cullwick
      URLdailypost.vu/news/tourism-should-not-be-taken-for-granted-research-unit-director/article_090cf467-d909-5e47-8613-9229b2b6a63e.html
      PersonsJoseph Cheer

    Keywords

    • Tourism
    • Vanuatu
    • Culture