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Catering Businesses Hold Largest Share in Greek Industry

New data released by the Economic and Industrial Research Foundation (IOBE), shows that catering businesses hold the largest share in the Greek industry. Companies in the...

Mixed Results from VAT Cut in Catering

Greek consumers only benefited marginally from the value-added tax reduction in prices at food outlets last month, as according to data presented on Monday...

Almost 25% of EU Citizens in Greece Work in Tourism Businesses

Almost one in four (23.4%) insured Europeans with EU citizenship find employment in Greece in the hotel and catering sector, and other tourism-related businesses. The...

Athens Prepares to Welcome Refugee Food Festival

Athens is gearing up for its debut in the Refugee Food Festival which will see five of the city's top restaurants host refugee chefs...

10 Things to Know Before You Visit Mykonos

The Greek island Mykonos is known as "the island of the winds" and for its turquoise waters and white buildings with colorful window sills,...

Mouzalas Signs Agreement With UNHCR for Refugees to Live in Homes on Crete

An agreement to house and host refugees on Crete in the coming days was signed by Migration Policy Minister Yiannis Mouzalas, the UNHCR and local...

Luxury Shopping Mall to Open on Mykonos (video)

A luxury shopping mall is to open on famous Psarrou beach on Mykonos, catering to the rich visitors of the cosmopolitan island. The shopping center...

Factories Close Down While More Cafes and Restaurants Pop up in Greece

The Greek economy cannot generate added value products and services and is almost exclusively dependent on domestic consumption, a new study shows. The study on...

Refurbished Ritsona Camp Opens to 160 Refugee Families

The refurbishment of Ritsona camp will improve the living conditions of the refugees who live there by providing full catering and healthcare, Alternate Defense...

U.S. Volunteer Network ‘Orphan Grain Train’ Ships 3rd Batch of Aid to Northern...

A new shipment of humanitarian aid from American NGO “Orphan Grain Train” will arrive at Thessaloniki port on December 14, a social solidarity official...

Refugee Flow Continues to Greece Unabated; Frustration at Overcrowded Camps

The refugee and migrant flows from Turkey to Greece continue unabated with the number of trapped foreigners on Greek islands at 15,714 people. Over...

Cruise Tourism in Greece Might Drop 30% in 2017

Cruise tourism in Greece might drop as high as 30 percent in 2017 compared to this year, according to the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE). SETE...

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