The European Travel Commission (ETC) has examined tourism trends in the light of the second coronavirus wave and found that arrivals in Europe in the first eight months of the year were down by 68 percent compared to 2019.
Greece’s catering sector is bracing for the impact of new measures to contain the virus and sounding the alarm that the industry cannot survive a second lockdown.
Research from the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) has shown the burden of the coronavirus pandemic on the average Greek worker.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH) has released a new survey of its members which shows the troubled state of Greece’s hotel sector in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
WWF Greece has released a blueprint for Greece’s green recovery which outlines a number of steps for the government to take to improve the country’s environmental profile.
Microsoft has announced plans to create three data centres in Greece in a much-needed boost for the country’s investment profile as part of its "GR for GRowth" initiative.
That latest air traffic data has highlighted what a terrible year the Greek tourism sector is going through, just as newly released 2019 figures highlighted an increase in arrivals and receipts last year.
Intrum has released its latest European Payment Report (EPR) which outlines how late payments impact the business outlook across Europe.
At the end of 2019, the Greek property market was showing signs of a gradual recovery from the battering it received in the country’s decade-long financial crisis, and 2020 looked set to continue the trend.
Tourism boosted GDP by up to 33 pct in 2019, but low arrivals in 2020 could see economy shrink by 10 pct
The tourism industry helped Greece generate almost up to a third of its GDP last year, according to a new study, but the low number of arrivals this year could shave off a tenth of national output this year.