Compose a 2000 words assignment on how romanian government can drive tourism towards improvement of economy. Needs to be plagiarism free! According to the author, it has been identified that tourism has one of the largest global economy contributions at about six percent. It, therefore, means that business integration must be facilitated to tap into the huge potential that the industry has globally. To facilitate such economic integration, potential service sector giants such as tourism have been identified with regard to the relevant capacity that it has to the national economy. Tourism has evolved to be among the most stable industries whose future projections can be enhanced to facilitate quick economic recovery, especially at a time when the global economy is still experiencing the aftermath of the recent economic crisis. While the performance of the global economy seems to continually depend on the service industry, especially in a large portion of Europe, it is certain that tourism is still underexploited.
National governments have not been taking the industry with the attention that it deserves. There are several ways that the government can make the much-needed revolution input to enhance the benefits obtained from the industry. With a particular assessment of the Romanian tourism industry, possible government contributions will be explored in order to inject momentum into the sluggish economy. An extensive array of options and alternatives will be explored in order to maximize the benefits that the government can obtain from the tourism industry. Among the Scandinavian countries, tourism has a huge potential that can be used to increase the recovery capacity of the national economy. Romania has several tourism opportunities that can improve the entire country’s economy with the appropriate review of Sustainable Tourism Development Strategy (STDS), enhancement of the local tourism sector and creation of appropriate branding that will inject new momentum into the industry and economy.
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