Christmastime respite fails to dispel tourism woes
Restaurants breathed a sigh of relief during the season’s festivities but the sector’s troubles are far from over as slow tourism lingers into 2013. “The last 10 days of December were good. Occupancy at restaurants improved to a decent 70 to 80 percent and we were almost fully booked for New Year’s Eve,” Tony al-Rami, secretary-general of the Restaurants Association, told The Daily Star.
Source: The Daily Star
Date Posted: Jan 03, 2013