Monaco: The progressive principality

Monaco plans to win back its share of the meetings market by increasing hotel stock and repositioning itself as a cost-effective destination, reports Sarah Wild. Despite a recent fall in the number of meetings held in Monaco - a combined result of corporate belt-tightening, the impact of global terrorism and a flood of new destinations into the marketplace - the principality does not intend to sit back and watch business decline.

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