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by Frans Van Kraay

eBook Tourism and the Hotel and Catering Industries in the Ec (European Community Law Series) epub
  • ISBN: 0485700115
  • Author: Frans Van Kraay
  • Genre: Law
  • Subcategory: Administrative Law
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thomson Learning (July 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 157 pages
  • ePUB size: 1550 kb
  • FB2 size 1401 kb
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Focus on hotel industry. Van Kraay, Frans European Community Law Series; James J. Eyster

Focus on hotel industry. Specifics of hotel management agreements: stakeholders approach. Key conditions of hotel management agreements and current tendencies of their change. 1993) Tourism and the hotel and catering industries in the EC. // European Community Law Series; James J. Eyster. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; International Trade Centre (ITC).

The European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) is the European Union's reference Centre . Skill needs in the French hotel and catering industry: a prospective analysis based on a comparative approach.

The European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) is the European Union's reference Centre for vocational education and training. Cedefop was established in 1975 by Council Regulation (EEC) no 337/75. General trends and skill needs in tourism in Canada.

Norway did not ratify the treaty after it was rejected in a referendum held in September 1972. The treaty was ratified by Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom who became EC member states on 1 January 1973 when the treaty entered into force. The treaty remains an integral part of the constitutional basis of the European Union.

become a common issue for the tourism industry. across European Union. business law within the national and international. sphere of the insurance business as well as the private

become a common issue for the tourism industry. It has been particularly. problematic in those jurisdictions that have a high. tourism and the adaptation of tourist products in. tourism (accidents, treatment and medical transport. costs, compensation duties with regard to the civil. sphere of the insurance business as well as the private. law. Viewed from the national aspect, the insurance is. legal-obligatory relationship that is established by.

Caterers and catering, Hotels, Law and legislation, Tourism. European Community law series ;, 6. Classifications.

Published 1993 by Athlone Press in London, Atlantic Highlands, NJ. Written in English. Caterers and catering, Hotels, Law and legislation, Tourism. European Economic Community countries. Includes bibliographical references (p. 139-142) and index.

D. Pollard, M. Ross, European Community Law, Text and Materials, European Community Law, Text and Materials, Butter . Frans van Kraay (a1). Director of European Legal Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University. Ross, European Community Law, Text and Materials, European Community Law, Text and Materials, Butter worths, rgh, 1994. 890 pp. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 21 May 2009.

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In the tourism and hospitality industries information technology has traditionally been under-utilised . This paper concentrates on ifs penetration in the hospitality organisations in the Alpine resort of La Plagne, France.

In the tourism and hospitality industries information technology has traditionally been under-utilised due to a wide range of reasons. The majority of the industry is subjected to an inevitable competitive disadvantage which may result on the one hand in the expansion of multinational corporations which have both the resources and the financial backing for investing in technology, and on the other hand in the development of technology oriented enterprise which would serve or even replace members of the tourism industry and achieve.

As yet it is unclear whether tourism as such will be formally incorporated as a policy in the EC Treaty. Nonetheless, many important aspects of tourism - including the freedom of movement of tourists, the right of establishment, the freedom to provide services, the movement of capital and EC financial support - already come within existing provisions and legislation. This work provides a clear and convenient account of the wide range of EC measures relating to Tourism and the allied Hotel and Catering industries.
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