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Saturday 7 January 2023 | Written by Al Williams | Published in Economy, National

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Spending big to make the bucks
An artist’s interpretation of the new Bounty Restaurant at Aitutaki Lagoon Resort. 23010613

The wheels of commerce keep turning for the Cook Islands tourism industry as the nation moves into what has been traditionally known as a quiet period over our summer months. Resorts are pouring millions of dollars into maintenance and redevelopment as they forecast continued growth in the coming year.

The wheels of commerce keep turning for the Cook Islands tourism industry as the nation moves into what has been traditionally known as a quiet period over our summer months. Resorts are pouring millions of dollars into maintenance and redevelopment as they forecast continued growth in the coming year.


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