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Greek Bank Holiday Extended

Greek Bank Holiday Extended

The Greek bank holiday, which has been in effect since June 29, has been extended until Thursday, July 16, while there was an official announcement regarding the transactions citizens will be allowed to make, as provided by the new legislative act published in...
Get Greece To The Olympics

Get Greece To The Olympics

The Greek Debt Crisis seriously affected Greece’s Olympic effort in London 2012 and is threatening to do so again as another Greek Bailout calls for further austerity measures. An Olympic Games without founders Greece has never, ever happened – and we want to keep it...
N.Y. Times: Tips on Traveling in Europe This Summer

N.Y. Times: Tips on Traveling in Europe This Summer

If you’re planning on vacationing in Europe this summer, recent headlines may have prompted some travel questions. Does the weakened euro, partly the result of the fiscal crisis in Greece, affect whether you should put charges on your credit card in euros or in...
Greek PM: A VAT Hike On Tourism is Irrational

Greek PM: A VAT Hike On Tourism is Irrational

Raising the Value Added Tax (VAT) on restaurants and tourism is irrational, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Tuesday night during an interview to state broadcaster ERT. During the interview to ERT, PM Tsipras said that the deal was an alternative to a...
Travel firms cut prices for holidays to Greece

Travel firms cut prices for holidays to Greece

Holidays to Greece are being discounted by up to 70 per cent as travel companies try to persuade families to ignore the risk of food, medicine and cash shortages in the country. With holidaymakers reluctant to make last minute bookings during the economic crisis,...
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