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INTERNATIONAL TOURISM


The international tourist industry of a country may be defined as the sum of domestic activities that directly support the consumption of goods and services of foreign tourists in the country.
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ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY


Qualite de l’environnement
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ENCRYPTION


The use of cryptographic algorithms to encode clear text data (plaintext) into ciphertext to prevent unauthorised observation.
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PRODUCTION BOUNDARY


Domaine de la production
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COMMON PROPERTY RESOURCES


Ressources (écologique) communes
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PSTN


Public Switched Telephone Network.
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INTERNATIONAL OUTSOURCING


See International subcontracting.
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INTERNAL TOURISM


Internal tourism is the tourism of visitors, both resident and non-resident, within the economic territory of the country of reference.
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DIFFUSION


Diffusion is the way in which innovations spread, through market or non market channels, from their very first implementation to different consumers, countries, regions, sectors, markets and firms. Without diffusion, an innovation has no economic impact. The minimum requirement for a change in a firm’s products or functions to be considered an inn [..]
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DE JURE POPULATION


The de jure population is a concept under which individuals (or vital events) are recorded (or are attributed) to a geographical area on the basis of the place of residence.
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