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Greek Hospitality Sector Turnover Down 68.6% in February

ATHENS — Turnover by enterprises in the hospitality sector dropped 68.6 pct in February compared with the same month last year, with turnover among enterprises in the food service business falling by 55 pct in the month, Hellenic Statistical Authority said in a report on Tuesday.

For enterprises in the accomodation sector with mandatory book-keeping, accumulated turnover was 24,595,138 euros in February, down 68.6 pct from February 2020 (78,223,504 euros), while for enterprises in the food service sector accumulated turnover was 51,672,826 euros, down from 115,729,873 in February 2020.

Among the country's regions for the accomodation sector, Thessalonki (83.9 pct) recorded the biggest decline, while Mykonos (34.1 pct) the smallest and Zakynthos reported a 17.6 pct increase. For the food service sector, Magnesia (87 pct) recorded the biggest decline while Evia the smallest (23.8 pct).

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