Rise in foreign arrivals pushes travel receipts up by 14.2 pct in June
Current account surplus at 842.3 million in June, assisted by services balance
Primary cash balance posts deficit of 46 mln at end of July
Industrial turnover up by 8.1 pct in June for eighth consecutive rise
Budget primary surplus at 3.05 bln in 7-month, above target on underspend
Building activity up by 45.7 pct in May, highest since Dec 2005
Travel receipts fall by another 3.1 pct in Feb on lower spending
Greece's travel receipts continued to fall in February, when they dropped by 3.1 percent, after a decrease of 2.4 percent in January, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures showed on Friday.
The absolute figure landed at 145.1 million euros in February, while the corresponding payments fell significantly by 32.5 percent to 96.8 million. As a result, the travel surplus climbed to 48.3 million in February from just 6.3 million a year ago.
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