Epidemic spreads Greece’s businesses and economic activities will be severely hit in 2020

Original title: The epidemic spreads, Greece’s businesses and economic activities will be severely affected in 2020

According to the Greek “China-Greece Times”, the new crown epidemic has caused manybusinessThe event suffered severe losses in 2020.In absolute terms, due todemandDecline in industries that have a greater contribution to the economy, such as commerce,manufacturing, Tourism andCatering,as well astransportwithWarehouseIndustry, the loss is even more serious.

According to reports, GreecestatisticsAccording to data released by the Bureau on the 17th, the entireenterpriseAnd the turnover of economic activities is 266.08 billionEUR, Compared with 307.7 billion euros in 2019, a decrease of 13.5%.

In other words, about 41.6 billion euros were lost in 2020, which is equivalent to 2019GDP(GDP) 23%.Up to now, the Greek capital Athens and many regionsBusiness enterpriseClosed again, tourism is almost paralyzed, except for selling andDeliveryserviceouter,Catering ServicesMany stores in the industry have been temporarily closed since November 2020.

According to the report, in 2020, the entire business sector lost 10.1 billion euros, amounting to 112.53 billion euros, while in 2019 it was 122.64 billion euros, a decrease of 8.2%. 2020 catering service industry turnover rulesPlummetMore than half (53.4%) fell from 13.05 billion euros in 2019 to 6.07 billion euros in 2020.

(Source: China News Network)

(Editor in charge: DF524)

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