Tourists walk near the Louvre museum in Paris as French soldier patrol, Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015.(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)
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The deadly attacks in Paris earlier this month could have a lasting impact on tourism if anti-France protests that have swept the Muslim world lead wealthy Arabs to shun the city.Paris hotels saw occupancy rates drop 3-5 percent year-on-year between Jan. 8 and Jan. 12, according to MKG data.Arab visitors traditionally make up 10-12 percent of the clients of Paris luxury hotels, Panayotis said.Overall, foreign visitors account for more than 80 percent of customers at Paris luxury hotels.
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