Premier reports growth in stay-over tourism sector

| 11/11/2011

welcome to cayman_0.jpg(CNS Business): As well as being the country’s premier and finance minister, McKeeva Bush is also responsible for tourism. Wearing that hat on Thursday, he reported some improvements in the industry’s fortunes to stakeholders at a special lunch at the Marriott. Acknowledging the disturbing but expected decline in cruise tourism, Bush had better news for the industry when it came to stay-over figures. “Despite very challenging economic conditions that persist in the global economy, our tourism sector has been holding its own,’ he said. “I would venture to say that we are doing more than that – we are thriving at a time when things could have been otherwise.”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    In other news Mr Bush also reported a $100 billion surplus for the year, the eradication of crime and that he has signed an agreement with the Chinese for the sun to rise in the west and set in the east.