Yesterday’s News Wrap-up includes the following:

Survey: 8 out of 10 Greeks Willing to Use Cashless Payments in Public Transportation

The findings revealed that 70% of the respondents would use Public Transportation more frequently if such a service were more readily available, while one in two already chooses to purchase their tickets with a card.

Surveillance Scandal: PASOK Leader Androulakis Meets with ADAE Head After CoS Ruling

Nikos Androulakis was one of the high-profile political figures implicated in the phone tapping scandal that rocked Greece two years ago when his cell phone was among those illegally tapped by the Greek Intelligence Services (EYP) during his tenure as a deputy at the European Parliament.

EU Tourism Leaders Gather on Rhodes to Discuss Climate Change

Leaders in the European Union (EU) Tourism Sector will gather on the island of Rhodes today and tomorrow to discuss the impact of climate change on the sector, which will culminate in the signing of a document expressing private sector commitments as well as requests of EU leadership.

Greece Ready to Welcome Tourists but Businesses Short of Staff

According to the latest estimates, the sector may be faced with over 50,000 unfilled jobs this year threatening to impact hospitality and F&B businesses as well as Greece’s excellent reputation for the quality of its services.

Bank of Greece (BOG) Governor’s Annual Report: Greek Economy to Grow in 2024 by 2.3%

Based on the most recent estimations by the Bank of Greece, economic activity is projected to increase by 2.3% in 2024, driven by sustained private consumption and investments as key growth drivers, while the contribution from the external sector is expected to be marginally negative.

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