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Parnitha Casino up for grabs

26 March 09 |
The sale of the public’s stake in the Parnitha Casino S.A. was decided today by the Interministerial Privatization Committee.

No drop recorded in charter flights to Greece

26 March 09 |
The government committee convened today, presided by PM Mr. Karamanlis, to discuss the country’s tourism development under the pressures inflicted by the global crisis.

Parnitha Casino to be fully privatized

26 March 09 |
Parnitha Casino SA will be the major subject discussed during the Interministerial Privatization Committee later today.

Cyprus to spend €15.3 mln on tourism promotion in 2009

23 March 09 |
Cyprus tourism promotion budget is set to approximately €15.3 mln for 2009, compared to €14.1 mln last year. The markets mostly targeted by the Cyprus Tourism Organization are UK, Russia and Germany.

Hellenic Seaways cuts prices by 25% - 40%

20 March 09 |
The Hellenic Seaways administration has decided to proceed with an important ticket price decrease. Summer 2009 ticket fees -which will be valid during the Easter period-,

DCI to trade property for stock

18 March 09 |
Dolphin Capital Investors (DCI), RE Investment Company listed in London’s alternative market, has decided to proceed with an innovative move. DCI is giving

Greek Finance Minister appears concerned about Greek tourism sector

17 March 09 |
Speaking to foreign press correspondents, Greek Finance Minister, Mr. Papathanassiou, highlighted how hard the Greek tourism sector will be hit by the global financial crisis.

Reservations for Cyprus down by 20%-30%

16 March 09 |
Reservations for destinations in Cyprus have dropped by 20%-30%, while arrivals during the first two months of the year recorded a 14% drop compared to last year, leading the Cyprus Tourism Organization (CTO) to pin its last hopes on last minute reservations.

Australian government considering giving away free return tickets to the country

13 March 09 |
Australian authorities are considering offering free airline tickets to tourists visiting from abroad, in an effort to battle the crisis effects on tourism. According to the “Mayday Project”, the tourists who agree to accept the free return ticket to Australia are binded to spend a minimum of AUD$ 5,000 (approximately €2,500) during their stay.

GNTO to establish new office in Kiev

11 March 09 |
The need for establishing a Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) office in Kiev was agreed between the Greek Minister of Tourism Development, Mr. Kostas Markopoulos and the Ukrainian Ambassador in Greece, Mr. Valeri Tsybukh during their meeting yesterday.
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