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43. With the advent of new technologies and the globalization of markets,
supply of tourism products began to focus on targeting different segments of
the market within the framework of e-tourism and circumventing
intermediation. Internet-based distribution of tourism products has become
crucial for effective market entry and for the competitiveness of tourism
operators from developing countries. Despite changes in distribution
channels, such market outcomes as leakages and the question of the
commercial viability of tourism in developing countries continue to prevail.
National tourism authorities and travel and tourism operators from
developing countries face growing erosion of trade benefits, coupled with
multiplier and spillover effects. The main causes for this are linked to the
effective control of distribution chains in segmented markets by the
integrated suppliers of tourism business on a global scale.
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