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Hellenic Trade Council Secures Promotion of Greece in South China

The Hellenic Trade Council has secured the promotion of Greece and the showcasing of Greek products in the city of Dongguan in South China.

Kalamata Seminar Casts Spotlight on Messinian Gastronomy, Products

The unique flavors and products of the Greek region of Messinia were presented at a seminar on local gastronomy, held in Kalamata by the Constantakopoulos Foundation.

Thessaloniki to Host Greek – Serbian Business Forum

More than 150 Greek and 70 Serbian enterprises will participate in the Greek – Serbian Business Forum to be held on March 19 in Thessaloniki.

TUI: Crete to Become Model Destination for Sustainable Food on Holiday

The TUI Care Foundation and Futouris have launched a joint project on Crete that aims to link the most important economic factors of the Greek island - tourism and agriculture.

Alex Beach Hotel Awarded the Travelife Gold Award Certification for Sustainability in Tourism

The Alex Beach Hotel & Bungalows on the Greek island of Rhodes was recently honored with the prestigious Travelife Gold award for Hotels & Accommodations.

TUI Distinguishes Greece’s ‘Alex Beach Hotel’ with ‘2015 Environment Champion’ Award

Alex Beach Hotel & Bungalows on Rhodes has received the prestigious TUI Environmental Champion award “TUI Umwelt Champion” for the year 2015 presented by the German leading tour operator.
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Athens, Beijing Launch Cooperation In Tourism And Trade

The opening of a direct air route from Beijing to Athens to attract more Chinese tourists to Greece was one of the main issues promoted by Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis during his recent visit to China.

Mckinsey Study: New National Growth Model For Greece

The Greek tourism sector contributed (directly and indirectly) some 27 billion euros to the Greek GDP in 2010 and could increase that contribution to 45 billion euros annually by 2021 through a series of initiatives and investments, according to the study “Greece 10 Years Ahead”...