Permenter, Paris; Bigley, John
September 2007
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p69
Trade Publication
The article reports on the new resort and construction expansions in the Caribbean islands. Much of the growth in the hotel business is in the Spanish Caribbean with the Dominican Republic reporting a 16 percent increase in foreign arrivals while Cancun is meeting the anticipated growth with construction of a third terminal at its international airport, among others. Aruba is undergoing more than $200 million in enhancements for the Caribbean's largest park.


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