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In the "La Clave Nº 64: "Turistas"" video, various experts discuss the importance of tourism in Spain. They talk about how the industry has changed in recent years, and how the private sector has been instrumental in its development. They also discuss the negative effects that tourism has had on the Spanish hotel industry, and how the state has not done enough to promote it. Overall, they believe that tourism is an important way of communicating and connecting people from all over the country, and that it should be promoted at a much higher level by the state.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Manuel Morcillo, director general of the Spanish agency for tourism, Fransico Calleja, secretary general for Spanish writers' association of tourism, and Don Armaño Benito, director general of Puente Cultural, all discuss the importance of tourism in Spain during the summer season. Manuel Morcillo points out that, above all other descriptors, "turismo" is a social phenomenon that is important for the tractor industry. Fransico Calleja discusses the role of the tourism industry in Spain, pointing out that it includes both cheap and expensive vacations. Don Armaño Benito discusses the importance of cultural tourism and how Puente Cultural plans to make travel more accessible to Spaniards by selling its products both in its own offices and through its association with the tourism agency.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses how tourism in Spain is handled, and how the recent creation of the World Tourism Organization (WTO) has helped to improve the industry. The speaker also talks about the importance of diplomacy in the tourism industry, and how the recent disappearance of the Ministry of Information and Tourism may have been a good decision.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses how La Clave Nº 64, or "Tourist Key," should be used to understand the importance of tourism in Spain. The transcript starts with Don Pedro talking about how he is a politician who is interested in two things: his life in politics and his experience in the tourism industry. He says that, apart from social considerations, the tourism industry is also very important economically. The decision to include tourism in one of the economic ministries has been seen as a good move, and I believe that it is. Apart from economic reasons, including tourism's effect on the Spanish economy, it has also been raised in rank. I think that this measure was well taken, and it has other social benefits as well. Apart from economic considerations, tourism also has a lot of connections in all areas of life, and its impact is felt in every field. I believe that one of the fundamental reasons for Spain's tourism boom is the country's excellent infrastructure for tourism. The launch of a great tourist promotion campaign that relied on advertising was successful, and it showed that with enough effort, anything is possible. The key to Spain's success in tourism has always been the cooperation of all the people involved, and this is what Don Pedro represents. He is a politician who is
  • 00:15:00 The La Clave Nº 64 video discusses how the private sector in Greece has been instrumental in the development of tourism over the years, starting with 1950. The war period from 1944-1950 was a difficult time for the country, with similar conditions to before the creation of the world. As a result, the government created the Greek Tourism Organization in 1950 to take care of tourism policy. The private sector has continued to play an important role in tourism throughout Greece's history, with various projects including building and managing hotels, organizing cruises, and organizing festivals. In recent years, the private sector has been encouraged by the government, with many companies taking advantage of opportunities to offer tourists unique experiences.
  • 00:20:00 This video discusses the importance of tourism in the economy, and provides three types of tourism- those that are both sources and recipients of money, those that are sources only, and those that are recipients only. The presenter then turns to Sweden, which is a major tourism destination for both visitors from Spain and those from other European countries. The presenter discusses the importance of ensuring a good economic management of the tourism product, and points out that this is a key part of the training that new tourism professionals receive.
  • 00:25:00 The video La Clave Nº 64: "Turistas" discusses the importance of governments and states taking a particular responsibility to allow tourism agencies to develop tourism properly, for example, people traveling for a primary motivation of vacations – not just business trips – should be considered tourism as a holiday, not just a trip. The state has a particular responsibility to ensure access to vacation for all social strata. However, in practice, this responsibility is often not met. For example, people from lower social strata are not able to access vacation opportunities due to high costs. This is due, in part, to the fact that the tourism industry is largely controlled by the government. This has led to the development of tourism products that are not accessible to all social classes. Governments have also promoted tourism through the state indirectly by promoting certain destinations over others. For example, Spain has been a welcoming destination for immigrants for centuries, and this has led to the breaking of barriers between races, ideals, and social classes. The state has also promoted tourism by causing joblessness, which has led to people from different parts of the world coming together and forming a global community. However, the government has lost an important tool in its fight against unemployment in recent years
  • 00:30:00 In this video, La Clave discusses the importance of tourism in Spain, and how it has helped to connect the provinces and regions of the country. She also discusses the negative effects that tourism has had on the Spanish hotel industry, and how the state has not done enough to promote it. Overall, La Clave believes that tourism is an important way of communicating and connecting people from all over the country, and that it should be promoted at a much higher level by the state.
  • 00:35:00 The speaker is discussing how, due to the influx of tourists in recent years, the government has taken on a more mercantilistic approach. If the listener agrees, he or she is asked to raise their hand. If not, the neck is apparently the appropriate place to weigh the pros and cons. If the listener feels that the weight of the responsibility is too great, they are free to disagree. The speaker then goes on to say that, given Spain's economic situation at the time, the tourism industry was one of the main sources of foreign currency. Without this influx of money, Spain's development would not have been possible. Today, tourism still plays an important role in Spain's economy, contributing over four times as much in 1977 as it does in 2018. The speaker also mentions that the phenomenon of mass tourism has been growing in the Western world for quite some time now and has surprinsed many people. He believes that this growth is due to the fact that tourism has become a necessity, and that people prefer a trip over buying a new TV set. This shows just how important tourism has become in the developed world. The speaker concludes by saying that, while Spain was not the first country to experience mass tourism, it has
  • 00:40:00 The speaker talks about the 300 million tourists that are moving around the world, and how it is the most important form of migration in history. He says that one of the most curious phenomena of the 20th century begins in 1950 and develops over 27 years into an exceptional phenomenon. The state is surprised by this development and agrees with old lady Benito that the private initiative is responsible for starting this trend. The state begins to try to control and organize this phenomenon, and there are some countries that are more successful than others. However, he says that the state is not aware of this trend until it has already taken place. He talks about tourism being a very conflictive topic, and he has seen it first-hand as a conflictual issue in Gambia with a different culture than European countries. In terms of human aspects, he says that people have to make a real choice because this type of tourism has created a lot of problems. Sweden, as an emissary of tourists, is particularly concerned about this trend. The state did not realize this until a few years ago, and now they have created an institute for tourism called National Tourism. They are very concerned about making tourists from Sweden stay in Sweden more, and they are copying many things from other countries, such
  • 00:45:00 The video discusses how, after the dictatorship, Spain began to lose tourism jobs, and how this has led to some questions being asked about the tourism industry. It is possible to interpret the tourism industry and the currency that comes into the country as having a monetary cost, and we, as a nation, have to pay for it in some way. We also have to pay for imported whisky, which tourists consume, and for infrastructure development. Finally, there is an economic cost. These are measurable, but there are other costs, which are harder to quantify, such as human and environmental impacts. It is also difficult to quantify social impacts, as they may be long-term and difficult to measure. The team at La Clave asks questions about the human and environmental costs of tourism, and how long it might take for these costs to be paid for. They also ask whether the Spanish government did enough to promote tourism during the years of the dictatorship. They discuss how the private sector is responsible for most of the tourism growth in Spain, and how this growth is often promoted with Spanish bravado. There are no real economic studies or thought put into the topic of tourism in Spain, and this has left business owners somewhat scared. They also discuss how, since the dictatorship
  • 00:50:00 The speaker discusses the pros and cons of tourism in Spain, and how the industry has changed in recent years. He also touches on the issue of major tour companies taking advantage of lower prices for foreigners than for Spaniards, and how this is harming Spain's economy.
  • 00:55:00 In this video, La Clave No. 64 "Turistas" is introduced. It states that, as in Spain, the market has always been buyer-driven, which has allowed big tour operators to set their own prices. Recently, however, this has changed. Now, it is the market that is good, and perhaps there is demand for Spanish beaches, which are ideal at an equilibrium. Last year, Spanish hoteliers were hit hard by debt restructuring and financial crises in their country. This caused the market to change, and the big tour operators were able to take advantage of an atomized, individualized, and uncontrolled market. This has resulted in Spanish hoteliers banding together into regional organizations and setting minimum prices, which is what the Spanish Ministry of Tourism has been trying to do for years but has not been able to due to draconian tourism taxes being imposed from outside the country. Finally, Spanish hoteliers are in a better position to negotiate with tour operators from abroad. Albert, a representative of a big tour operator, accuses Spanish hoteliers of changing their bargaining tactics and demanding too much. In response, Albert offers his own perspective on the market's change. He says that it is the customer who has been hurt the most by the lack of availability of

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In the video, a Spanish speaker discusses the importance of tourism and how it has helped Spain grow economically. He also mentions some of the negative aspects of tourism, such as the rise in tourism scams. The speaker then goes on to talk about Spain's tourism industry and how it is growing, with a focus on the quality of tourism.

  • 01:00:00 In this video, a Spanish speaker discusses the importance of tourism and how it has helped Spain grow economically. He also mentions some of the negative aspects of tourism, such as the rise in tourism scams. The speaker then goes on to talk about Spain's tourism industry and how it is growing, with a focus on the quality of tourism. He talks about how Spain is still an offer country and how this offers great opportunities for tourists. The speaker ends the video by mentioning how Greece has dealt with its tourism industry problems in different ways.
  • 01:05:00 The video discusses the increasing power of Scandinavian tourism operators, and how this is affecting hotel negotiations. Spain is also mentioned as an intervener in the tourism industry, with the government encouraging unionization between hotel owners in order to set minimum prices. The speaker believes that there are enough tourists in the world to support such policies, and that other countries should complement Spain's positions instead of competing with it. He also has positive comments about Spanish footwear companies, stating that they are a major player in the global footwear market. He believes that Spain should focus on building more hotel complexes to serve international tourists, rather than relying on credit from tour operators.
  • 01:10:00 The video discusses the pros and cons of the tourism industry, highlighting that it is not always perfect. However, circumstances often dictate what happens in the human world, and I have the security that I admire Minister Pío Cabanillas when he was a planetarium owner. He would have the same opinion of transforming tourism and allowing freedom to be possible at the same time. When tourism started in Spain, it would have been necessary to control it in order to give a sense of security to those who were coming to Spain from knowing the price of hotels in the star rating system. This price was predetermined, and the restaurant had other prices. In reality, control is never pleasant, but the principles must sometimes take precedence over human concerns. I believe that unfortunately, the principles had to go through this control procedure. At least this is my opinion, debated often on two levels: as representative of the state, and as representative of private interests. I have played both roles, and I want to say that this private sector was the one that really started. However, thanks to the state's subsequent involvement, we may not be entirely correct in thinking that the Mediterranean region is still a growing market for tourism. I would like to ask the gentleman here
  • 01:15:00 I have spoken about this before; it was before the egg or the chicken if it was the state or private initiative I believe historically, as in all sectors of human activity, that it was private initiative that first emerged. Then came the state to regulate and stimulate them, but the motivating force has always been private initiative in all countries, with the exception of perhaps a few countries, such as the poet's example, where I believe the state has played a role later on. I believe private enterprise has played a significant role in Spain, as in most countries, over the past few decades. They were one of the driving forces in getting prices for tourists in Spain to be affordable, and they have undoubtedly helped to bring in a lot of tourists to Spain. However, we must also credit the Spanish government for the draconian regulations it has recently put in place to try to curb tourism. I believe this has had a positive impact on the Spanish tourist industry, as tourists now feel more secure and know that Spain is a safe destination. They are also often blamed for the negative press tourists receive, but we must break an axe in favor of tour operators, as they have done a lot for Spain. They were, and are, within their
  • 01:20:00 Around 1985, the number of tourists visiting Europe and Africa would reach 100 million. The problem of saturation is being discussed, and it is predicted that this growth will lead to temporary migrations with accompanying problems such as energy consumption, water resources, food, and transportation. Spain is one of the promoters of the "Blue Plan" to manage this growth. However, there are serious environmental problems that need to be addressed, and a complementary relationship between European countries is necessary to be established. It is still in the study phase, but what concerns us is the problem of saturation that is already predicted. This is due to the increase in pollution and the accompanying problems for countries in terms of investments and resources. This is an irreversible phenomenon that is due to both the population growth and the fact that young people are available with more disposable income. Thirdly, the length of holidays is being prolonged. We don't yet know which problems we will have to solve, but energy consumption and environmental degradation are the main issues. We need to think about how to preserve the quality of a product that is harmful. Only a short discussion of infrastructure was covered. I wanted to talk about something that was mentioned briefly: the lack of planning for tourism. I think that the previous administrations are partially to blame
  • 01:25:00 The La Clave Nº 64 video is about tourists in the moment, but we hope the transcription has managed to interpret some of the important interests of the tourist. As for you, in this part of questions, the time limit is limited, so we ask people to answer as quickly as possible and, if possible, to also include as many responses as possible. Javier Vázquez is prepared questions from the magazine's redaction for our guests and the first is for Mr. Aguirre and Mr. Benito, which is the situation and what is happening in Spain with youth tourism. I believe that youth tourism should be encouraged and the youth tourism goes in search of tourist destinations that are desired by the foreigners. The tendency to visit national parks, the tendency to make a tourism of camping and mountain-climbing is evident and, in that sense, the limited resources that the society has offered has been very helpful in establishing new camping grounds and adapting homes for farming through all of Spanish geography at very low prices for youth tourism to be able to visit. As for private initiative, I can only say our experience with this, which is to dedicate houses called "junior" to prices different from those of regular houses. Normally, these
  • 01:30:00 The video discusses how tourist movements are made in the interior of these same countries and have some difficulty traveling naturally to other countries with strong currencies because they must procure their resources in currencies where it is easy to mention, but in general we can say that there is a certain parallel between these countries and Western ones, by the state that tries to manage the entire tourist sector through a legislation and regulation stimulating especially the movement within the country. These societies, companies, or labor unions are active in promoting tourism, making investments in hotel construction, establishing communication and transportation networks, and of course there are economic imperatives of both systems, the market-based liberal economy and the planned economy. However, it is difficult to bring in foreign Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prestige Prest
  • 01:35:00 The video discusses the importance of La Clave Nº 64, which is a code used to prevent Spanish tourists from playing in illegal casinos abroad. The first stage of the code was a public awareness campaign about the dangers of playing in illegal casinos. The second stage of the code is the development of Spanish tourism agencies that can negotiate with foreign major travel agents. The third stage of the code is the expansion of Spanish tourism to other countries.
  • 01:40:00 The video discusses the 1977 changes to Spanish immigration laws, which led to a 500-million-dollar flow of Spaniards leaving Spain. It also discusses the issue of controlling hotel prices, and how other countries have been able to survive while Spain has not. The presenter suggests revisiting the credit model for hoteliers, and also looks at ways to make Spaniards less reliant on tourism abroad during times of economic difficulty.

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