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Schinas: Recovery Aid to Lead Greece into New European Era

The wealth of EU resources allocated to Greece for recovery after Covid-19 are set to bring the country into the new era, according to European Commission VP Margaritis Schinas.

Greek F&B Support Scheme Gets EU Approval

The European Commission has approved a 500-million-euro support package aimed at helping food and beverages (F&B) services providers recover from the Covid-19 impact.

Greece Anticipates Recovery Plan Approval in June

Greece’s national recovery and resilience plan which includes billions of euros worth of upgrade projects and reforms is expected to get the EU’s approval in June.

Greece Submits National Recovery Plan to EU

Greece has submitted the final draft of its ambitious national recovery plan to the European Commission, which is aimed at dealing with the repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Greek Tourism to Gain from ‘Ellada 2.0’ Resilience Plan

The Greek tourism sector stands to gain from a total of 57 billion euros in funding out of Greece’s national recovery and resilience plan dubbed “Ellada 2.0”.

Greece Aims for National Recovery with 160 Projects

Greece is aiming to get on track to recovery with 160 actions worth 60 billion euros to be channeled into digital transformation, employment, health and education.

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.

Covid-19: Greece Considers Re-opening Some Activities in March

Greek authorities are looking into ways to allow certain activities in March, including retail and schools, but not non-essential domestic travel.

WTTC Sees Greece as One of the First Countries Welcoming Back Tourists After Covid-19

Greece could be one of the first countries in Europe to welcome tourists back, once the Covid-19 pandemic has been combatted, says the WTTC.

Reviving Tourism, Exports Tops Greece’s Economic Recovery Plan

Greece intends to support tourism and exports, two of its top sectors that are suffering due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Greece Still Laggard in EU New Business Births

Greece is still slow with regards to new business births in the EU, remaining last on the list released by Eurostat.

EBRD ‘Green Funding’ to Back Hellinikon Project

The EBRD will invest 22.7 million euros in the share capital increase of Lamda Development, the company behind the 'Hellinikon' venture.

EBRD: Exports, Recovering Private Consumption to Drive Greece Growth

Exports and improved private consumption are likely to strengthen short-term growth in Greece, says EBRD.

EBRD-backed Destination Management Scheme Sets Greek Tourism Goals

Two destination management plans for Rhodes and Santorini are now open for feedback after the completion of a pilot program by EBRD.

EBRD – SETE Team Up for Destination Management Project

Greece's tourism confederation SETE has joined forces with the EBRD for a pilot destination management plan running on the islands of Rhodes and Santorini.

EBRD Remains Committed to Greece, 2018 Funding Reaches €846m

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) shareholders agreed to extend its mandate in Greece through to 2025.

PwC: Greece Must Boost Bed Capacity to Remain Competitive

Boosting accommodation capacity at popular destinations and accelerating hotel upgrades are key in order for Greece to achieve growth, a recent PwC study reveals.

WEF Top Economist Says Greece Can Get Back on Track… As Long As…

Improving the quality of education, ensuring the broad-based participation of all its citizens in real employment, cutting red tape for new businesses and doing away with corruption, should be top priorities if Greece ever wants to recover from its current “economic malaise”,...