Revenue from tourism recorded in January 2021 an annual decrease by 93%, CNA reports.
According to the results of the Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service of the Republic of Cyprus, revenue from tourism in January 2021 reached €2,8 mn compared to €40,2 mn in the corresponding month of the previous year, recording a drop of 93.0%.
Compared to January 2019 (€39,6 mn) the fall reaches 92.9%.
It is noted that in January 2021 tourist arrivals dropped by 95.5%, compared to January 2020, and by 95.3% compared to January 2019.
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Original article: Revenue from tourism records annual drop by 93% in Cyprus during January.