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UNWTO, WTTC Condemn Terrorist Attack in Sousse, Tunisia

At least 28 people at a beachfront Tunisian hotel in Port el-Kantaoui, Sousse, were killed by gunmen on Friday. Terrorists also attacked in France and bombed a mosque in Kuwait on the same day.

Debate: VAT Rate on Hotels in Greece

The hotly debated value-added-tax (VAT) rate issue has been the main topic of discussion among tourism professional circles for the past months in Greece.

SEEN Calls for Greek Seamen to Suspend Strike on June 30

The Greek Shipowners Association For Passenger Ships (SEEN) on Friday called for the Pan-Hellenic Seamen’s Federation (PNO) to suspend the 24-hour strike announced for Tuesday, June 30.

VAT Rate on Greek Hotels: Lenders Want 23%, Greece Says 13%

Greece's creditors seem determined to impose the value-added-tax (VAT) rate of 23 percent on both accommodation and food services and do away with the reduced VAT rate that currently applies to the Aegean islands.

Santorini’s Archaic Kore Statue to Go On Display for First Time in 15 Years

The Kore of Thira, an exquisite female statue discovered 15 years ago on Santorini but kept in storage since then due to lack of space, next year will be displayed to the island's locals and visitors in all her glory.

Hellenic Seaways to Run Cyclades Islands Route

The Greek coastal ferry operator Hellenic Seaways will run the route connecting the Western Cyclades with Syros and other islands of the Cyclades complex.

ΚΕΠΚΑ: Δικαιώματα επιβατών ακτοπλοϊκών συγκοινωνιών

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