These were the main messages delivered to delegates at a high-profile conference last week, which also urged North Cyprus to be more open to inward investment.
Prime Minister Tufan Erhürman said the country was ideal for the tourism, education and IT sectors — with a capacity for annual earnings of $960 million from tourism and $800 million from higher education — but he was saddened that it was mostly perceived for “a sole economic activity of casino tourism” in the Turkish media.
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