Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Tourism

Luu Trong Tuan
December 2011
Business & Economic Research (BER);Dec2011, Vol. 1 Issue 1, Special section p1
Academic Journal
The principal aim of this paper is to study the role of Corporate Social Responsibility in the development of sustainable Tourism in Ho Chi Minh City. Interview sessions of 25 key people in three large tour companies --Vietravel, Fiditour and Festival Travel -- seek to clarify these companies' plans, strategies and current activities besides the challenges in developing sustainable tourism.


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