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Tugay said six luxurious ships would bring 17,182 tourists to Marmaris in April, and Costa Pacifica would organize two cruises to Marmaris and bring around 7,500 tourists.
Newcastle was chosen as one of the first wave of cities to be included because it has around 42,000 students registered at Newcastle and Northumbria Universities, who bring around pounds 900m to the city's economy.
The issue of young carers is something that is often overlooked by teachers, and therefore I feel my project will really help bring around some tangible benefits to students at the school.
The conferences, which are expected to bring around pounds 500,000 into the region, were secured by the Newcastle- Gateshead Initiative.
It is believed that the acquisition would bring around USD1.
The event, co-sponsored by the CoR and the European Commission, will bring around 5,000 participants to Brussels.
Wolseley, whose UK headquarters is at Leamington Spa, said the new firms would bring around pounds 82 million of additional revenue to the business.
Budget airlines are expected to bring around 340,000 tourists to Hungary this year, increasing direct revenues from tourism by EUR90m (USD120m).
Amazon's new European customer support and administration centre would bring around 200 new jobs to the chosen site, reports LawAndTax-News.
That would bring around pounds 500,000 into the FAW coffers.