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EIB and HDB to Support Business Investment in Greece with €400m

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is extending 400 million euros in support to boost business financing across Greece, in efforts to stimulate innovation and create jobs.

KEPE Study: Tourism Can Drive Greek Economic Growth in 2021

The tourism sector can help the Greek economy recover post-Covid-19 in 2021, according to the Center of Planning and Economic Research (KEPE).

Covid-19 Costs Greece €40bn in Support Measures in 2020-2021

The Covid-19 health crisis has cost the Greek government 40 billion euros in support measures, during the 2020-2021 period.

FinMin: OECD Greece Outlook Signals Trust in Greek Economy

The findings of a new OECD report send out a message of trust in the prospects of the Greek economy, according to Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras.

Commission Releases €2.54bn in SURE Support Funds for Greece

Greece will be receiving 2.54 billion euros to support employment from the European Commission's SURE scheme.

New Support Measures for Greece’s Seasonal Tourism Workers

The Greek government has announced five measures to support seasonal employees in tourism, licensed tourist guides, tour leaders, and tour bus staff.

Greek FinMin Pledges €400m to Support Tourism

The Greek government plans to channel more than 400 million euros into the tourism industry to help it recover from the Covid-19 crisis.

Greece 2.0: EIB to Help Manage €5bn of Greek Recovery Plan Investments

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to help manage up to €5 billion as part of Greece’s implementation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, known as “Greece 2.0”.

Greek Tourism will See Extra Covid-19 Support Through NSRF Funds

Greek tourism enterprises that have been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic will see additional support through NSRF funds, the Finance Ministry has announced.

Greece Announces Extra Support for Closed Businesses in April

Greek businesses that will remain closed in April by state order will receive more financial aid ranging from 1,000 to 4,000 euros.

Greece Welcomes Extra €2.5bn Under Commission’s SURE Tool

The Greek government has welcomed the European Commission’s proposal for additional funding through the SURE program, to go towards jobs and incomes affected by Covid-19. 

Greece Announces New €1bn Covid-19 Relief to Shield Jobs

Greece announced a new 1-billion-euro round of Covid-19 support aimed at keeping impacted businesses above water and jobs in place.

FinMin Expects €8bn in Greek Tourism Revenue This Year

Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras is expecting Greece's tourism revenue to double this year predicting it will reach 8 billion euros compared to 4 billion in 2020.

Greece’s 13 Key Reforms, Investments for Recovery

Energy efficiency and investments in culture, tourism and the agrifood sector are some of Greece's key reforms that will receive funding from the EU’s Covid-19 Recovery Fund.

New Covid-19 Support for 500,000 Greek Businesses

Greece has announced a new round of Covid-19 support measures for some 500,000 businesses and millions of employees.

SETE Urges Further Financial Aid for Greek Tourism Enterprises

The Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) is calling on the government to extend its new round of refundable financial assistance also to tourism businesses.

Greek Finance Ministry Extends Deadlines for Tax Debt Payments

Greek taxpayers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic will have until the end of the year to pay their dues, according to the Finance Ministry.

Greek Tourism Backed by New Finance Ministry Covid-19 Aid

Greek tourism professionals are set to benefit from a series of new Covid-19 relief measures announced by the Finance Ministry.

Greece Gets €728m in SURE Unemployment Support

Greece is set to receive a total of 728 million euros in funding from the EU's SURE unemployment scheme.

Greece to Strengthen Covid-19 Response, Disaster Prevention with EIB €595m Loan

A new €595 million EIB loan will help transform civil protection in Greece to better tackle Covid-19 and respond to natural disasters including floods, forest fires and earthquakes in all 13 Greek regions.