Restoring Tourism Destinations in Crisis: A Strategic Marketing Approach

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LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES
1.1 Forces which influence destination image development5
1.2 Path modules of determination of destination image5
4.1 Foreign exchange earnings, Egypt, 1993–9875
4.2 International visitor arrivals to Egypt, 1989–200079
4.3 Major regional sources of tourism to Egypt in selected years80
5.1 Israel inbound tourism numbers 1999–2001—world figures by month111
5.2 Israel inbound tourism numbers 1999–2001—USA, UK and Italy111
5.3 Total number of inbound tourists to Israel, 1999–2001— world figures112
5.4 Total number of inbound tourists to Israel, 1999–2001— Oceania figures112
6.1 International tourism arrivals to Sri Lanka showing regions and selected source markets, 1995–2000126
7.1 Fijian tourism earnings and the balance of payments, 1988–96135
7.2 Fijian inbound tourism in selected years before, during and after the 1987 crisis period (includes main markets)141
7.3 Inbound tourism numbers to Fiji before, during and after the 2000 coup attempt (1999, 2000 and 2001)143
8.1 Top ten source markets to Turkey, 2000158
8.2 Number of visitors to Turkey and tourism receipts, 1990–2000161
9.1 Percentage change in tourist numbers to Britain, JanuaryMay 2000 vs January-May 2001, and full year 2000 vs 2001 (key source markets)182
9.2 Overseas visitors to the United Kingdom by month, January-May 2000 and 2001183

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