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IATA Honors Greek Branch with ‘Six Stars’ Award

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently rewarded its Greek branch with a "Six Stars" award for its contribution to a successful management of the Greek capital controls crisis.

Katseli: Greece could Lift Capital Controls within Months if Three Terms are Met

Capital controls in Greece could be lifted soon if three important terms are met, Hellenic Bank Association head Louka Katseli said on Tuesday on the sidelines of the Greece-Germany Business Forum in Berlin.

Greece: Capital Controls Still On, Central Bank Calls on ECB to Show ‘Good Will’

Despite several changes announced last week to the capital controls which were implemented in July 2015 amid Greek political havoc and eurozone uncertainty, bank officials say the restrictions to our personal deposits will be with us most likely until the end of 2016.

Capital Controls at Greek Banks Scaled Back

In efforts to normalize the banking and business climate in Greece, the Banking Committee has eased capital controls imposed on June 28.

‘WSJ’ Sees Swift Comeback for Greek Tourism

The Wall Street Journal is placing its bets on Greek tourism in a story published earlier this week titled “Greece Makes Fast Recovery in Tourism”.

Limit Up to 2,000 Euros for Greeks Going Abroad

Greeks traveling abroad will be able to take 2,000 euros for their travel needs, but the ban on cash withdrawals from banks in Greece and abroad via credit or prepaid cards issued by Greek banks is still in place. The 2,000-euro limit does not apply to foreign nationals.