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Ermioni Tourism Project Gets Fast-track Approval

A major tourism resort plan to be implemented by Plepi Land Development LTD in Ermioni, Greece, has achieved strategic investment status.

Greece Generating Foreign Investor Interest 

All the more investors are eyeing Greece expressing interest in services such as IT and maritime infrastructure, according to Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis.

New Golf Tourism Project for Greece Announced

A golf tourism project budgeted at 300 million euros and set to create 1,500 jobs when completed, is in the pipeline for the central Greece region of Fokida.

Greece Updates Golf Course Regulations

Looking to tap into the growing interest for golf tourism in Greece, the Tourism Ministry has proceeded with a series of revisions to golf course regulations.

Works Begin on Piraeus Port’s New Cruise Terminal

Greece’s largest port, Piraeus, will be able to handle larger cruise ships and establish itself as a home port once construction works on a new terminal are completed.

Greek Gov’t Examining Provisions for Condo Hotels

The Greek government is looking into ways to facilitate investments and simplify procedures for the development of condo hotels in Greece.

London & Regional Properties Acquire Athens’ Titania Hotel

The sale of the Titania Hotel in central Athens, has been completed, passing into the hands of UK-based London & Regional Properties.

Piraeus Bank Signs Financing Agreement of €40m with Thomas Cook Hotel Investments

Greece's Piraeus Bank has signed a financing agreement of €40 million with Thomas Cook Hotel Investments, a joint venture between Thomas Cook plc and LMEY Investments.

Forum to Explore Potential of the Athenian Riviera

Tapping into the vast potential of the Athenian Riviera - also known as the Athens' Gold Coast - will be the focus of a forum to be held at the Astir Palace Hotel in Vouliagmeni on Friday, April 22, serving at the same time as the official launch of the three-day "Blue Money Show”.

European Commission: Greek Economy Proved Resilient Despite Capital Controls

Greece’s economy proved resilient despite the introduction of the emergency bank holiday, capital controls, and heightened uncertainty related to prolonged programme negotiations, the European Commission noted in its winter economic forecast report for EU member states released...

Piraeus Port Sale Set for Sept., Authorities Eye Creation of Parallel Administrator

Procedures for the sale of a 51 percent stake in the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) are set to come to a close in September, with the relevant authorities examining setting up a parallel port body which will exercise control over the new buyer, Greek media report.