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Hospitality Enterprises’ Turnover Up 166.9% in November 2021

January 21, 2022

ATHENS – Greek hospitality enterprises’ turnover rose by 78,3 million euros in November last year, while enterprises in the restaurant business also saw their turnover rising by 56,6 million in the same month, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Friday.

More specifically, enterprises in the hospitality sector reported an accumulated turnover of 118,759,969 euros in November, up 166.9% from November 2020 when a lockdown was imposed, led by enterprises in Mykonos (468.7%). Enterprises in the restaurant business reported an accumulated turnover of 115,707,850 euros in November, up 95.7% from November 2020, led by the enterprises in Ioannina (603.2%).

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