Special tax structure would benefit hotels and jobs, bank argues

EconomyFeatures Tags: Taxes, Tourism By: Omaira Gill
Photo by George Vitsaras/Fosphotos
Photo by George Vitsaras/Fosphotos

Hotels in Greece would benefit from a more favourable tax framework in order to create jobs and harness investments, Alpha Bank’s weekly financial bulletin has highlighted.

Focusing its first section on the tourism industry and the job creation it entails, the bulletin notes that in 2017, the hotel industry hired some 87,500 people, most of whom were employed full time.

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