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Financial Mirror (Cyprus) - - FRONT PAGE -

of heavy vol­ume of EUR 8.27 mln.

The In­ter­na­tional Mer­chan­dis­ing Cen­tre, that will con­tinue to house the CSE un­til May, will close for re­fur­bish­ment and re-open in Septem­ber as a home and of­fice ex­hi­bi­tion and sup­plies cen­tre, ac­cord­ing to owner An­dreas Kai­sis.

Tourist ar­rivals rose 5.2% to 2.47 mln in 2005, the high­est fig­ure in four years, with the strong­est re­cov­ery from Ire­land (+19%) and Rus­sia (+16.4%).

IMC to change:

Tourism up:

Air con­trols:

The air traf­fic con­trol sys­tem will be re­formed to in­clude a sep­a­rate na­tional reg­u­la­tor body as part of its Euro­con­trol obli­ga­tions and EU plans to cre­ate a sin­gle Euro­pean sky.

Mar­cos Bagh­datis stretched his Grand Slam Cin­derella story as he stormed into the semi fi­nals of the Aus­tralian Ten­nis Open with a fiveset vic­tory over 7th seed Ivan Lju­bi­cic.

Mar­cos sur­prise:

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