31 March, 2005
Greek tourism showed net revenue of 7.4 billion euros in 2003 from a gross total of 9.6 billion euros, Eurostat said in data released on Wednesday.
Greeks traveling abroad spent 2.2 billion euros, Eurostat said.
The net income figure was the fourth largest in the European Union's 25 members, in a ranking led by Spain at 29.5 billion euros, France (11.6 billion euros), and Italy (9.4 billion euros), according to the data.
Total revenue from tourism in the EU-25 in 2003 was 213.4 billion euros, Eurostat said.
Source: Athens News Agency