Demand and supply components of the sector, Microeconomics

The objective of the Government of Mauritius, as announced in the Budget Speech 2007/2008, is to target 2 million tourists by 2015.

(a) Critically assess whether the target of 2 million tourists is achievable by 2015.

(b) What strategies should be adopted to achieve that target by analysing the demand and supply components of the sector?

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