Greece: Slight Relaxation

Greece may be unpopular with other European governments, but it has never been more popular with European and American travelers. After a downturn in tourism in the wake of the 1967 military takeover, a record 1.3 million visitors are expected to flock to Greece's shores this summer, a 24% increase over 1969. The surge has given new impetus to Greece's economic boom. According to official estimates in Athens, the nation's growth rate in 1970 will equal or surpass last year's impressive 8%. Partly in a mood of gathering confidence and partly in...

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