Greece May Cut Tourism Tax, Airport Fees, Naftemporiki Reports

Greece may cut value added tax for the tourism industry and is examining airport fees, to make the industry more competitive, Naftemporiki reported, citing an interview with Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni.

The climate for Greek tourism has improved greatly since the coalition government was formed last month, Kefalogianni told the newspaper.

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