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Podcast - Yearning for a normal Greek summer
The long, hot Greek summer is underway. But will it be like the summers we have grown to love or will Covid-19 get in the way again?
The Agora podcast is back: Co-hosts Nick Malkoutzis and Phoebe Fronista launch the third season by trying to find out whether Greece has cause to feel optimistic this summer.
Phoebe speaks to the manager of a private beach in southern Athens to find out if the customers are returning and how his business is coping with another summer blighted by the pandemic.
Nick speaks to MacroPolis co-founder Yiannis Mouzakis about the broader picture for Greece, looking at the expectations not just for the tourism sector, but for the economy as a whole,especially now that EU recovery funds are on the way.
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