Rating agencies concur in improved prospects for Greece
Fitch upgrades Greek rating to B-, sees debt sustainability improving
Greece completes first bond issue in three years, eyes more on way out of programme
Greece announces return to markets with 5-year bond, mostly targeting swap
S&P revises Greece outlook to positive, affirms 'B-' rating
HRADF's updated asset development plan sets out next batch of privatisations
Travel receipts edge up 1.7 pct in May on higher foreign arrivals
Greece's travel receipts edged up by 1.7 percent in May, decelerating from the 11.3 percent growth recorded in April, Bank of Greece (BoG) data revealed on Monday.
Receipts stood at 1.09 billion euros in May, while the corresponding payments fell by 2.6 percent to 167.7 million. As a result, travel surplus improved by 2.5 percent to 925.9 million from 903.2 million a year ago.
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