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New Chairman Appointed at Athens International Airport

George Aronis, a senior executive with a long career in the banking sector, has been appointed as the new chairman of Athens International Airport.

Piraeus’ Landmark Tower to Get New Lease on Life

An abandoned tower in the heart of Piraeus will get a new lease on life after the Piraeus Municipality signed a concession deal for its redevelopment.

Greek Banks Replacing Up to 15,000 Credit Cards Due to Security Breach

An incident of credit card fraud by an online travel services company has forced Greek banks to cancel and replace some 15,000 credit or debit cards.

EIB, Greek Banks Launch Infrastructure Fund to Back Business

EIB and four Greek banks will participate in a 650-million-euro infrastructure program, aimed at identifying new high-impact investment projects in Greece.

EIB: €500m Backing for Businesses in Greece that Support Women, Youth Employment

The EIB will provide loans for companies in Greece that support youth employment and the empowerment of women in the workplace.

Alpha Bank Sees Long-term Growth Prospects for Greek Tourism

Developing new forms of tourism and ensuring value for money are vital to the further prospects of the Greek tourism sector, according to Alpha Bank.

Divani Caravel’s JuJu Restaurant to Participate in ‘Dine Athens’ Event

The JuJu Bar & Restaurant of the Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens is participating in the fourth “Dine Athens” event (January 28-February 10) with a special menu.

PwC: Athens Moves Up as Most Attractive Property Market in Europe

Athens is emerging as one of the most attractive property markets in Europe, rising to the 14th spot on a city ranking released by PwC.

Greek Gov’t Betting on Tourism to Strengthen Islands

The construction and upgrade of tourism infrastructure on the Greek islands will pave the way for further development, according to Alternate Shipping Minister Nektarios Santorinios.

Fraport Greece Honored for Best Transport Infrastructure Deal

Fraport Greece has received the award for the "Best Transport Infrastructure" deal in Central and Eastern Europe, in the Project Finance Awards 2017.

Alpha Bank: Tourism Driving Force of Greece’s Economy

Tourism is contributing greatly to Greece’s improved economic indicators in the nine-month period to September, Alpha Bank found in its weekly bulletin.

FORTHcrs Provides Technology Insight to Greek, Foreign Travel Agencies

More than 200 representatives of travel agencies from Greece and abroad participated in FORTHcrs' recent info event, which presented the company’s latest products and services.

Alpha Bank: Growth of Greek Tourism Satisfactory

The performance of Greek tourism in the first nine months of 2017 was particularly satisfactory, according to Alpha Bank's weekly bulletin.

Alpha Bank: Greek Tourism to Stimulate Growth by 20% in 2018

Greek tourism is set to play a leading role in the recovery of the Greek economy estimated at boosting the GDP by 20% in 2018, Alpha Bank analysts said.

EU Funds to Boost 2,000 Greek Businesses

A total of 420 million euros in funding is intended for some 2,000 Greek SMEs as part of the European Commission’s Investment Plan for Europe.

Zorbas Restaurant to Participate in 2nd ‘Dine Athens’ Event

Zorbas Restaurant in Piraeus has announced that it is participating in the second “Dine Athens” event with a special seafood menu.

EU Bank Launches Credit Line for Agriculture, Tourism, Manufacturing in Greece

The European Investment Bank (EIB) announced on Thursday the launch of a 1 billion euro "Loans for SMEs and MidCaps" credit line to Greek banks.

Greece Set to Gain in 2017 as Safe Destination

Greece is expected to gain from the instability in the wider Mediterranean region with pre-bookings setting the trend for 2017, according to Alpha Bank analysts.

Alpha Bank Bets on Greek Tourism

Greek tourism is moving in the right direction, with 2016 set to be a promising year, according to a recent Alpha Bank report.

Tourism Growth Is Giving Hope To Athens, Greece

The large increase of international arrivals at Athens International Airport began in June 2013 and will continue with a strong growth pace this year, analysts have said in a recent report. International arrivals at Athens Airport were up by 28.3 percent during the first nine...
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