‘Greece very much open for business’ urges operator

‘Greece very much open for business’ urges operator

Sunvil Real Greece has said consumer holidays will not be affected by the Greek economic crisis. The operator has had some calls from clients asking what will happen if the country goes ‘bust’ but Sunvil is confident visitors will not be affected. “Even in the worst-case scenario - which would mean Greece defaulting on its sovereign debt (the nation-state equivalent of bankruptcy) - life will carry on. The Greek people’s personal circumstances will doubtless be adversely affected by higher taxes and public sector cuts, but this should not impact in any way on visitors,” explained Sunvil Real Greece Programme Director Dudley der Parthog. Sunvil said the following public demonstrations and protests would not make changes either as these take place in city centres and not the popular islands or seaside resorts. Itineraries would be changed if needed. “One positive outcome, for British visitors at least, is that this crisis has had the effect of weakening the Euro, so UK guests should find things a bit cheaper on the ground this year. The eternals of Greece’s huge appeal have not changed, it is very much open for business,” added Der Parthog.

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