ATHENS (Reuters) – Spending by tourists in Greece surged in June, central bank data showed on Monday, confirming forecasts that a record summer season could give the debt-laden country a welcome injection of foreign cash. With domestic spending, investment and industrial production all in an austerity-driven slump, spending by foreign visitors is becoming the only growth driver for Greece's economy, which is expected to shrink 4.2 percent this year. Tourism receipts, the country's biggest foreign-currency driver, rose 21 percent year-on-year to 1. …
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