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Should countries encourage tourism ?
Tourism has become a popular global leisure activity .
It is the fastest growing industry in this world. But
it can be negative as well. So should countries encourage tourism?
Tourism has many advantages and disadvantages . The advantages are
that countries have more money so they can improve its infrastructure
which is a benefit for the local people. For example, roads and communication links built .
Tourism provides indirect employment in terms of workers who help to
produce goods and services in the economy to meet the increasing
demands of the population and the tourists. Tourists also take with them , souvenirs which can be produced by people.
In spite of the advantages of tourism, there can be many
disadvantages too, as there are always two sides of everything. First of all, tourists cause pollution. Increased pollution disturbs local
residents and also it may discourage tourists from further entering
the country .
Secondly tourists don't always respect traditional cultures and

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