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UK arrivals to rise up to 25% this year, more than offset Russian fallout

By Andria Kades

Cyprus may see the number of British tourist increase up to 25 per cent this year compared to 2014 and will more than offset losses from Russia, which will be limited to just 15 per cent, half of what was initially forecast, Vasos Kilanis, chairman of the Cyprus Hotel Managers Association, said on Monday.



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