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HATTA’s New Board of Directors Aims to Tackle Tourism Challenges

HATTA, the association representing travel agencies in Greece, has announced a new Board of Directors.

Greece to Launch Electronic Platform for Greek Voters Abroad

Greece will soon launch an electronic platform for Greek voters that live abroad, according to Interior Minister Makis Voridis.

Greek Polls Round 2 Bring Conservatives to the Fore

Candidates of the conservative New Democracy party clinched most regional and municipal positions in the second round of Greek elections.

Head of Greek Tourism Confederation Hopes for Stability After Elections in Greece

On the occasion of the upcoming elections on September 20 in Greece, the president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, underlined the importance of political stability and the need for the country to implement necessary reforms.

Stavros Andreadis on Bloomberg: “Any Government Will Look After Greek Tourism”

Greek tourism will continue its positive performance in 2015, according to the president of Sani S.A., Stavros Andreadis.

Prime Minister Underlines Importance of Greek Tourism

Tourism and uncertainty do not go together, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said on Friday from Rhodes in the context of New Democracy's pre-election campaign just two weeks until elections.

ΗΑΤΤΑ, Υποψήφιοι 2014

Αύριο, Τετάρτη 2 Απριλίου 2014 στις 13:00 στο NEW Hotel (Φιλελλήνων 16, Πλ. Συντάγματος) θα πραγματοποιηθεί η ετήσια τακτική γενική συνέλευση και οι αρχαιρεσίες του ΗΑΤΤΑ. Το GTP, στην προσπάθεια να συμβάλει στην όσο το δυνατόν καλύτερη ενημέρωση των μελών του ΗΑΤΤΑ παρουσιάζ...

Tourism Falls Victim To Greece’s Political Scene

International bookings dropped some 50 percent only a few days after Greece’s general elections, according to Andreas Andreadis, president of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).

Greek Tourism’s Expectations From New Government, SETE

Five steps are needed to support Greek tourism, SETE said prior to the country’s parliamentary elections in May.

Elections Expected To Hurt Athens’ Tourism

Any election period and political instability in general is negative for tourism, which in the center of Athens is up against a decrease of 20 percent or more in revenues, the president of the Athens-Attica Hotel Association, Yiannis Retsos, recently told the Greek press.

Record Attendance At Travel Agent General Assembly

Never in its 70 years of history did the Hellenic Association of Travel & Tourism Agents (HATTA) see so many members attend a general assembly as it did last month. Reasons for the strong interest varied.