Govt lays out recovery plan to October, launches tourism roadmap

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, Mitsotakis, New Democracy, Tourism
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The Greek government presented on Wednesday the components of its support package for cushioning the economic impact of the first wave of the pandemic and laying the groundwork for an autumn recovery, in a briefing which covered fiscal measures, investment and employment.

Special attention was paid to the tourism sector, as part of a drive to kick-start the summer season which is vital to the Greek economy.

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