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PwC: 2020 a Year of ‘Slowbalisation’ for the Global Economy

PwC predicts that 2020 will be a year of ‘slowbalisation’ for the global economy, with trade tensions expected to create challenges for global supply chains.

Travelport Appoints Nick Bray as Chief Financial Officer

Travelport, a leading technology company serving the global travel industry, has welcomed Nick Bray as its new Chief Financial Officer.

Athens Moves Up As Good Property Purchase Choice

Property in the Greek capital is evolving into an attractive investment option with buyers seeing prospects for higher value and rents next year, a PwC report reveals.

PwC Says Real Estate Still an Investment Asset but Adaptation a Must

Real estate remains an asset despite political and economic uncertainty but investors will be required to adapt to new business models, according the latest report by PwC.

Limited Investment Thwarting Greece’s Recovery, Report Says

Pulling Greece out of investment stagnancy must involve carefully planned policies that will be implemented with consistency, a PwC report says.

PwC: Transport, Tourism & Energy Projects Key for Growth in Greece

Transport infrastructure, upgrading, building and completing key tourism related projects are among the priorities the Greek government must implement to see growth, according to a PwC report.

Greek Gov’t Planning Changes to Investor Visa Program

The Greek government is planning changes to the so-called golden visa program extended to foreign nationals investing in property in efforts to make it more attractive.

SETE Presents New Target: 35 Million Tourist Arrivals in Greece by 2021

The Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) has revealed its revised target for 2021: for Greece to welcome 35 million international arrivals and 20 billion euros in revenue.

PwC: Greek Hotels Up for Sale but No Signs of Interest

The Greek hospitality investment market seems to be in hibernation with at least 225 hotels currently on offer but no signs of interest from potential buyers, a PwC report found.