Club Méditerranée posted a net loss of 9 million euro in the 12 months that ended on October 31st, 2013. This figure dropped from a 2 million euro profit in 2012. The group could not point to revenue for a morale boost, as it fell to 1.4 billion euro, 3.5% down from last year.The group pointed to an overall decline on the French holiday market in the summer, having fallen 9.5% from last year. Club Med countered that it had in fact increased market share, but this was only a larger slice of a smaller pie.The bright spot in the group's fiscal year was a 3.3% increase in customers at its upscale properties as compared to last year. Thus Club Med was able to increase Revenue per available bed by 4.2% year-on-year to 101.5 euro, driven by a 1 point increase in occupancy to 69.8%.The group is looking to what it calls fast-developing markets in order to recover; these markets currently make up 29% of the group's customer base. Club Méditerranée's goal is to have one-third of its customers to come from these markets by the end of 2015, especially from China, Russia and Brazil.
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