TOURISTS in Cyprus have left behind a collective €1.2 billion in the first eight months of the year, the director of the Famagusta Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCII), Iacovos Hadjivarnavas said yesterday.
The figure marks a 16 per cent increase over 2010. “We must not rest on our laurels but instead there should be infrastructure works so that we can enrich the tourist product,” Hadjivarnavas said.
He said he “expected strategic private partners” to continue with outstanding works nearing completion: the Protaras and Ayia Napa marinas and the golf course at Ayia Napa. The next aims for FCII are to extend the winter season, Hadjivarnavas said.Read More