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May 2021 Flight and Passenger Traffic to Greece Improves

Incoming passenger traffic through Greece’s airports picked up this May marking a 673.4% increase compared to the same month in 2020.

EU Leaders Reiterate Pledge to Work Together on Covid-19 Actions

EU leaders have agreed that lifting Covid-19 restrictions should be gradual and also explored ways to develop a unified approach for the use of rapid antigen tests.

EU Leaders Step Up Fight Against Covid-19 with More Testing and Tracing

Keeping borders open and increasing rapid Covid-19 testing and tracing are at the top of the agenda of EU leaders.

Greece Aiming to Tap Into Public Assets

Greece is looking to capitalize on dozens of public assets in an attempt to boost state coffers and drive the economy, according to Public Properties Company (ETAD) CEO Stefanos Vlastos.

Microsoft Deal Paves Way for Major Investments in Greece

Greece is proceeding with major investments in the areas of tourism, energy and technology, with the recently announced Microsoft deal leading the way.

Microsoft Announces Cloud Services Investment in Greece

Microsoft Corp will invest in the creation of a new data hub in Greece, expected to stimulate entrepreneurship and investment activity.

Minister: Greece Still Winning Investors’ Vote of Confidence

Greece is still winning over investors, despite the Covid-19 crisis, as landmark projects like Hellinikon enter materialization phase, according to Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis.

Thessaloniki ConfEx Park to Create Momentum, Jobs

The multi-million-euro overhaul of the Thessaloniki International Exhibition Center is expected to create momentum and 1,500 new jobs.

Majority of Covid-19 Tests to UK Travelers in Greece are Negative

The overall picture of Covid-19 cases from UK arrivals is not alarming, according to Greek Civil Protection Deputy Minister Nikos Hardalias.

EU: Covid-19 Blow to Greek Economy Milder than Expected

The European Commission has revised its outlook for the Greek economy, saying prospects for 2020 in the aftermath of Covid-19 were milder than initially expected.

Covid-19 to Hurt Greece the Most in the EU

The impact of the Covid-19 crisis on Greece is expected to be large due to the importance of tourism in the country, says the European Commission.

Ionian Island Waterway Network Operation Deferred to 2021

The operation of the first waterway network in Greece, set to link the Ionian islands, has been deferred to 2021 due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.