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Cyprus hoteliers overcoming Thomas Cook collapse shock
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Two weeks after the shocking collapse of Thomas Cook and the hotel industry in Cyprus appears to be getting back to normal but nonetheless counting their losses.
Paphos seems to be the biggest loser of all districts since most hotels associated with the giant British travel agency are there. It has already been announced that they won’t get paid for the months of July, August and September.
Overall losses for Cyprus are estimated to be around €40.5 million for 2019. Revenue from Th….. Read More On: InCyprus

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