Indeed, mass deportation harms the economy of the host country by reducing the gross domestic product. Deportation reduces U.S. GDP by 1.46 percent yearly, equaling approximately $300 billion in lost economic output (Hinojosa-Ojeda, 2012). However, this argument fails to consider that illegal immigrants raise the output and the gross domestic product of the country. Hinojosa-Ojeda (2012) explains how undocumented immigrants increased the output by $106 billion in Los Angeles, $288 billion in California, and approximately $42 billion in Arizona. As a result, the revenue gained from the output of undocumented immigrants is covering the cost of deportation.
Saskatchewan experienced the lowest price for wheat in recorded history and saw provincial income plummet by 90% within two years, in consequence, forcing 66% of the rural population into relief for survival. The other western provinces were bankrupt from 1932 onwards. Although Ontario and Québec experienced heavy unemployment, they were less severely afflicted because of their more diversified industrial economies. They still produced goods and services for the protected domestic market, meaning the markets where the great depression haven’t really affected. (Encyclopedia) Profits from Canada had decreased from $40 million in 1930 to only $23.2 million in 1933, which is around 42%.
Nowadays, developing countries are stimulating to develop the tourism industry to increase the revenue and economic growth. Thailand is one of the counties that used tourism industry to develop for a long time. Tourism industry of Thailand is beneficial because it impacts the national development. The other benefits are the developed areas, medical development, promoting Thai culture. In addition, Thailand is well-known as ‘the land of smile’ so many tourists are interested in the culture and destinations.
Many national tourism policies are drafted and actions plans are adopted in this regard. Since the tourism industry provides a lot of benefits to the country, it is imperative for the public and private sectors to improve the satisfaction of the tourists and consequently survive in the competitive tourism industries. Based on the 2018 budget presented by the Prime Minister, Dato Seri Najib Razak, a sum of RM2 billion fund with interest subsidy of 2% is allocated for the Small and Medium Scale Enterprise (SME) tourism industry. It will be provided in term of soft loan to the tour operators. This initiative will create opportunity among youth to venture into the tour operator business, thus providing healthy competition in the tourism industry.
People love to travel, so much so that in 2008 over 922 million people from different nationalities traveled the world by air, land and sea. (Ibike, 2015) From city holidays to hiking trips, travel can be beneficial in a number of ways for the community, the environment and personal well-being. Tourism has developed an important part of the economic foundation of many countries, especially those with historical culture or natural beauty; that is why tourism is considered the leader in the production of new jobs to many economic levels of the society. In addition, local communities consider tourism a source of pride for them, therefore it allows and motivates them to look at their history and cultural heritage and develop their own community identity. This helps the local residents to maintain their traditions and culture, while also show it with proud for all the visitors.
Nowadays, developing countries are stimulating to develop the tourism industry to increase the revenue and economic growth. One of the counties that used tourism industry to develop for a long time is Thailand. There is a tendency to think that tourism industry of Thailand is beneficial because it impacts the national development. Other benefits gradually comes after the economic effects, these benefits that are regional development, the cultural diffusion and the good image in worldwide countries. In addition, Thailand is well-known as ‘the land of smile’ so many tourists are interested in the culture and destinations.
Tourism Impacts in Himachal Pradesh: As one of the world’s largest industries and one of the fastest growing economic sectors, tourism has a multitude of impacts, both positive and negative impacts on the people’s lives and on the environment. The quality of the environment, both natural and man-made is essential to tourism. However tourism relationship with environment is complex. It involves many activities that can have adverse environmental effects. Further we can also see some impacts of tourism in Himachal Pradesh.
Tourism shouldgenerate employment and income, lead to a positive tourism balance of payments, stimulate thesupplying sectors of tourism, and lead to a generally increased level of economic activity in thecountry(www.kgptour.tuke.sk). Thescenario of the World tourism industry is always in a state of flux. It isreckoned that end of 21st century will see the World tourism industry generating nearly500 million job opportunities for the people(Patawari Swapna, 2011). It is an important sector of the economy andcontributes significantly in the country’s GDP as well as Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEE)(http://www.wbiconpro.com). What makes tourism different from many other services is that the supplier stays where he is, and the tourist comes to him rather than the supplier taking his services to the
Every state in India has its own tourism department who try and promote their state in order to ensuring higher tourist inflow so as to generate greater revenues from the tourism industry .This competitiveness results in greater efficiency but has a harmful impact on the overall tourism industry. Hence make my trip works in a political environment which is pro tourism. Economic factors: 1. Indians currently adopting to lavish lifestyles and the GDP growth rate at almost 6% per annum ensures income rise and thus more disposable income to be spent in domestic tourism. 2 Increased economic growth results in greater investments in the infrastructure, creation of newer tourist avenues, beautification of towns and cities, thus another boost to the tourism industry.
Tourism is developing in this region since last 10 years and attracting many tourists which emerged as one or the major sources of incomes to the government exchequer. The basic materials for tourism industry are culture, heritages, natural vegetation, beaches, parks, monuments and sculptures, etc.which Puducherry possesses abundantly and can be exploited for the betterment of the economy. The paper gives a clear description of the destinations which are of attraction to the tourists. The paper concludes by looking at the domestic tourist growth, foreign tourist growth and the overall tourist growth in the city. Keywords: Tourism, foreign exchange, Puducherry, growth rate.