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Title: Tourism in Malta
Other Titles: Tourism, passport to development?
Authors: Boissevain, Jeremy
Serracino Inglott, Peter
Keywords: Tourism -- Malta
Tourism -- Malta -- History
Tourism -- Economic aspects -- Malta
Tourism -- Government policy -- Malta
Hotels -- Malta -- Personnel management
Issue Date: 1979
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Citation: Boissevain, J., & Serracino Inglott, P. (1979). Tourism in Malta. In E. de Kadt (Ed.), Tourism, passport to development? (pp. 265-285). Oxford : U.P.
Abstract: The development of tourism in Malta mirrors the explosive growth of the industry in the Mediterranean. Arrivals in Malta increased from just under 20,000 in 1960 to well over 300,000 by 1975, with most of the spectacular growth coming since 1965. Now, after the first decade of mass tourism, it is useful to take stock of the way in which the industry has grown and is affecting the lives of the people of this small developing country between Europe and Africa.
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