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    Τρίτη, 24-Σεπ-2019 14:50

    Travel receipts rose by 11.1% in July

    Travel receipts rose by 11.1% in July
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    Travel receipts rose by 11.1% year-on-year in July, according to Bank of Greece. In more detail, receipts from residents of the EU28 increased by 15.5% to €2,545 million, while receipts from outside the EU28 rose by 2.7% (July 2019: €1,034 million, July 2018: €1,007 million). The rise in receipts from within the EU28 was due to increases in receipts from euro area residents by 7.1% (July 2019: €1,490 million, July 2018: €1,391 million) and in receipts from residents of non-euro area EU28 countries by 30.0% to €1,054 million. Among major countries of origin, receipts from Germany decreased by 2.9% to €501 million, whereas receipts from France increased by 1.3% to €193 million. Receipts from the United Kingdom also rose, by 63.6% to €566 million. Turning to non-EU28 countries, receipts from the United States declined by 7.7% to €180 million, while receipts from Russia also fell by 8.7% to €88 million.

    In January-July 2019, travel receipts totalled €9,154 million, up by 13.6% relative to the same period of 2018. This development was driven by a 12.0% increase in receipts from residents of the EU28, which came to €6,188 million, and by a 17.9% rise in receipts from residents outside the EU28 to €2,726 million. In particular, receipts from euro area residents increased by 12.3% to €3,879 million, while receipts from residents of non-euro area EU28 countries also increased, by 11.7% to €2,309 million. Specifically, receipts from Germany decreased by 1.1% to €1,444 million, while receipts from France rose by 19.5% to €551 million. Receipts from the United Kingdom also increased, by 25.9% to €1,318 million. Turning to non-EU28 countries, receipts from the United States rose by 12.1% to €569 million, while receipts from Russia fell by 7.9% to €184 million.

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