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Greece Isn’t a Morality Tale

Greece Isn’t a Morality Tale

One of the more troubling elements of the recent drama over Greece’s debt was the urge by many to see a deficiency of national character, rather than euro-zone economics, as the problem. Right-leaning opinion, not only in Germany but around the world, put the...
Nearly 90 pct of tourism revenue stays in Greece, survey finds

Nearly 90 pct of tourism revenue stays in Greece, survey finds

Around 87 pct of total incoming tourist revenue stays in Greece, a survey by the Centre of Planning and Economic Research (KEPE) said on Tuesday. The survey, drafted for the Institute of Greek Tourist Enterprises Association (SETE), noted the importance of tourism in...
ECB gives green light to plan for reopening Greek stock market

ECB gives green light to plan for reopening Greek stock market

The European Central Bank (ECB) on Tuesday approved a modified plan submitted by the Greek government for reopening Greece’s stock market, one month after it was closed due to capital controls, according to sources within the Athens bourse. The ECB’s final...
Greek Tourism is making a comeback

Greek Tourism is making a comeback

Tourists are returning to Greece in big numbers, easing fears that capital controls and anti-austerity protests would undermine one of the cash-strapped country’s few successful industries in the middle of the northern summer. Hotel bookings, which suffered early this...
Should I go on holiday to Greece?

Should I go on holiday to Greece?

So, for the time being, it looks as though the Greeks have probably avoided Grexit. The banks are open again, card payment systems continue to work and a measure of stability has been re-established for holidaymakers and locals. And there are plenty of last-minute...
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