This week travel experts discuss the need for Greece to adapt in the wake of COVID-19, and more news on the economy and summer vacations.
The National Bank of Greece (NBG) says the liquidity gap for Greek businesses will be halved this year with tourism remaining under strain.
According to CLIMPACT scientists, Greece may be the hardest hit by climate change effects. Rising temperatures to effect crop yields.
Greece’s accommodation and food services sectors took a huge hit in July, as the effects of the pandemic begin to set in.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has now put forward twelve new support measures by his administration in support of businesses and workers affected by the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis says he’s proud of tourism season redux. Citizens not so proud with COVID-19 cases rising.
According to Moody’s, most European sovereigns, including Greece, can weather a prolonged tourism slump.
Greece’s accommodation services providers will be devastated by the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Greeks had high hopes that somehow officials and good luck would help rescue the 2020 tourism season. But, it isn’t happening so far.
Some 90,000 small and medium-sized businesses in Greece will now be able to access €1.14 billion euros released this week by the European Commission to address the impact of Covid-19.
From tomorrow malls and shopping centers in Greece will open in the next phase of lifting coronavirus pandemic preventative measures.
News from the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU) this week reads like a positive, but Greeks should beware.
Greece’s leadership is expected to lift of many of the restrictions put in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus starting next week.
The European Union urgently needs financial injections to deal with this crisis, but there’s an even greater need for solidarity.
The European Commission has approved a €2 billion-euro aid package to help Greece weather the economic effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19).