Greece tries to regain economic stability tourism
Prime Minister of Greece, Antonis Samaras, implemented a series of budget cuts and asked several bailouts that enabled the Hellenic nation presenting the first signs of recovery (Photo Archive)

The president of the association of Greek tourism enterprises (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, said on Saturday that the government of that country commitment to tourism as an alternative to reinvigorate its economy. “With the return of political stability, negative publicity of previous years became positive publicity, “said the representative of SETE during an interview with the news agency AFP.Luego two years of budget cuts and financial adjustments made by the administration of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras; Greece has the first signs of economic recovery after several rescues implemented by the European Union and International Monetary Fund internacional.En that sense, the Greeks are committed to tourism as a way to increase their income after reducing wages, pensions and benefits labor; addition to the tax increase they have experienced over the past 48 meses.De According to official figures, the tourism industry in Greece provides over 15 percent of gross domestic product (GDP); making it one of the main financial engine of the country along the marina mercante.Los economic cuts to public investment Samaras who applied during the first two years in office sparked thousands of protests and the unemployment rate shot up to 26 percent today; the highest of any nation members of the European Union.