May current account shows surplus of 191.5 million as underlying indicators improve
Industrial turnover rises by 11.4 pct in May, staying positive for fifth consecutive month
June primary cash surplus at 6.49 bln as revenue increase offsets higher expenditure
Travel balance records 127 mln surplus in Q1, much improved on last year
Budget primary surplus at 617 mln in June as expenditure continues to fall below target
Building permits up by 1 pct in April and 5.2 pct in first four months of the year
Travel receipts up 17 pct in May as average expenditure per trip rebounds
Greece's travel receipts continued heading north at a double-digit rate in May, when they rose by 17 percent in May from 16.3 percent in April, according to the Bank of Greece (BoG).
The absolute figures showed travel receipts stood at 1.22 billion euros this May from 1.04 billion last year, while travel payments soared 31.7 percent to 218 million.
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