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ST. LUCIA-TOURISM-Tourism sector records increase in stay over tourist arrivals

CASTRIES, St.Lucia, Jan 18, CMC -The Ministry of Tourism in St. Lucia, recorded a six percent increase in arrivals in 2014 when compared to figures for 2013.

CASTRIES, St.Lucia, Jan 18, CMC -The Ministry of Tourism in St. Lucia, recorded a six percent increase in arrivals in 2014 when compared to figures for 2013.

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ST. LUCIA-TOURISM-Tourism sector records increase in stay over tourist arrivals

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