Greece is preparing for another great year. The tourists do not stop arriving. For each of its citizens, three foreign visitors – 32 million in total – will arrive this year, more than at any other time since the registrations began. It is an extraordinary feat for a country that has fought against bankruptcy, which has sometimes been best known for its protests and riots and which, only three years ago, narrowly escaped the expulsion of the euro. Tourism is the heavy industry that has helped keep the catastrophe at bay.

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