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Greece Considers Mandatory Credit Card Use to Combat Tax Evasion on Islands

Credit card use for transactions of more than 70 euros at Aegean islands is expected to become mandatory, according to a new multi-bill of reforms to be tabled soon in Greek Parliament.

New Proposals For Greek Coastline Submitted

Legislation included in a multi-bill submitted to Parliament by the government on 29 July seeks to clearly mark out Greece’s coastline.

Greek Seamen Suspend Strike, Sea Transport Connections Resume

Greece’s ferry service has resumed throughout the country as the Pan-Hellenic Seamen’s Federation (PNO) has suspended its strike launched on 31 March.

Greek Seamen To Hold Rolling 48-Hour Strikes Starting 31 March

Greece's ferry service is expected to be disrupted from Monday, 31 March, as the Pan-Hellenic Seamen’s Federation (PNO) has announced a series of rolling 48-hour strikes in protest of a multi-bill to be submitted to a Parliamentary vote on Sunday.

Possible Changes To Greek Tourist Coach Sector Stirs Reactions

Greek tourism professionals have expressed opposition to the government’s new multi-bill that will overhaul the rules that currently exist in the tourist coach sector.