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23 Jun: Shopping? Head out to Sharjah

Sharjah’s wholesale and retail trade already represents a significant component of the emirate’s economy, accounting for 12 per cent of GDP, according to the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) and an Oxford Business Group report.

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16 Mar: Middle East eyes luxury Shopping Tourism crown

London may have recently been named as the world capital for luxury store openings in 2016, but when it comes to a place that is vying to be the ultimate destination for luxury shopping tourism, the Middle East is set to take this crown, said an industry expert.

ostelea
29 Mar: The Ostelea School of Tourism & Hospitality

Trade and tourism are set as basic axes within the third sector of any economy. During the past years the relation between both activities has gained strength and as a consequence shopping tourism has gained special recognition. Shopping tourists and buyers of tourism agglutinate a growing demand which awakens the interest of academics, the business sector and public decision makers. This work faces the analysis of shopping tourism from that triple perspective.

tradetourism
29 Mar: Trade and tourism. Two sides of the same coin

Trade and tourism are set as basic axes within the third sector of any economy. During the past years the relation between both activities has gained strength and as a consequence shopping tourism has gained special recognition. Shopping tourists and buyers of tourism agglutinate a growing demand which awakens the interest of academics, the business sector and public decision makers. This work faces the analysis of shopping tourism from that triple perspective.

PORTADA_ACADEMIC
29 Mar: Affiliate Members Global Report, Volume 8

Trade and tourism are set as basic axes within the third sector of any economy. During the past years the relation between both activities has gained strength and as a consequence shopping tourism has gained special recognition. Shopping tourists and buyers of tourism agglutinate a growing demand which awakens the interest of academics, the business sector and public decision makers. This work faces the analysis of shopping tourism from that triple perspective.

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