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  1. Freer Trade, Sustainability, and the Primary Production Sector in the Southern EU: Unraveling the Evidence from Greece (Economy & Environment)

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CHAPTER 2 economy AND trade RELATIONS. July 2000 to upgrade the energy industry infrastructure, and to search for ArmenTel Greeces OTE holds 90%; the Government of Armenia 10
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1999 estimated 2000 projected Real GDP growth (% change) Consumer Prices (annual av. change) Budget Deficit (% of GDP) Current Account (US $ millions) Trade Balance (US $ millions) Total FDI (US $ millions, cash receipts, net) NA Unemployment (% of labor force) NA Exchange rate (annual av. dram per US$) NA Source: EBRD 1999 and 2000 Country Profile, (Armenian Ministry of Statistics) Several factors in the early 1990s contributed to Armenia’s poor economic performance: the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991 and subsequent loss of traditional trading partners; war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh and the resulting embargoes by Azerbaijan and Turkey; and the lingering after effects of Armenia’s devastating 1988 earthquake. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, government deficits grew, fueling inflation. By 1994, hyperinflation had reached an alarming 5,273%. In 1994, the Government of Armenia introduced an economic stabilization plan that succeeded in tightening its fiscal policy. By 1996, inflation was down to 18.8%, and continued a general downward trend over the next several years. By year-end 1998, the inflation rate had dropped to –1.3%. Although the present economic situation in Armenia is promising, with relatively stable currency and a low inflation rate, the country must still combat repeatedly high budget and current account deficits.

26. About Greece - Economy
Petroleum. Industrial Growth Production Rate (2000 est.) 7.0%. Finance, step.Key indicators of greece s thriving economy include trade, greece s

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The Greek People
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The achievement of a sound and forward-looking economy within the framework of the European Union is a major factor in the development of contemporary Greece. Rapid economic progress has enhanced Greece's international status, particularly in the surrounding region. Greece's GDP surpasses that of all Balkan countries (except Turkey) combined.
The economic policies that increased Greece's GDP per capita (purchasing power parity) to $19,000 (est.) in 2002 include:
  • Increased funding of education Training and welfare programs More employment opportunities in the fields of technology and telecommunications Administrative reforms to increase efficiency in public services Taxation changes, to tackle tax evasion and help narrow the gap between rich and poor

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Implementing international standards and trade facilitation measures has a dynamic impact on improving the trade infrastructures, competitiveness and market integration of countries and regions. Following many years of multilateral trade liberalisation under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, implementation of these measures is now arguably more important than tariff reduction as a trade development tool. UNECE plays a major role in developing and maintaining many of the norms and standards that facilitate the effective functioning of international trade infrastructures throughout the world. For example, UNECE’s UN Layout Key is the international standard for the majority of trade documents and is the foundation for the Single Administrative Document (SAD) for trade used within the European Union. Further, UNECE’s UN/EDIFACT

28. Greece
third countries renders the shipping industry vulnerable to has developed markedly,although greece has not had negative consequences for the balance of trade.
Hellas, from Agamemnon to the 21st Century
The economy
Despite a rapid rate of growth in the post-World War II period, Greece's economy is one of the least developed in the European Union (EU). Natural resources are limited, industrialization has been achieved only partially, and there are chronic problems with the balance of payments. Shipping, tourism, and, decreasingly, migrant remittances are the mainstays of the economy. By the 1990s receipts from tourism amounted to one-quarter of the trade deficit.
Although the Greek economy has been traditionally based on free enterprise, many sectors of the economy have come under direct or, through the banks, indirect government control top
Greece has few natural resources. Only in the case of nonferrous metals are there substantial deposits. Of these the most important is bauxite, reserves of which amount to more than 650 million metric tons.
Fossil fuels, with the exception of lignite of low calorific value, are in short supply. There are no deposits of bituminous coal, and oil production, based on the Prinos field near the island of Thasos, is very limited. The complex dispute between Greece and Turkey that developed in the 1970s over the delineation of the two countries' respective continental shelvesand hence the right to such minerals, in particular oil, as may exist under the Aegean seabedshows no sign of being resolved.

29. 1994 Country Reports On Economic Practice And Trade Reports: GREECE
about 66 percent of GDP deriving from services (including government services), 23percent from industry (13 percent In 1993, greece had a trade deficit of
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30. Economics In Ancient Greece
When one compares the myths of ancient greece with those of that anything that disturbsthe glass trade, which we know to have been a major industry at Rome
When we discuss the economics of the ancient world, we must be careful not to use the formal Economics which we employ in analyzing our own society, since Economics is a function of the way a society runs, not the set of rules under which a given society operates. We cannot remove ourselves from awareness of the economic disciplines which our schools teach, and even if we formally try to suspend Economics as a framework, we retain the image of the economic framework in our language and our general pool of ideas. Yet some distancing of ourselves from modern economic theory is necessary in starting an investigation of a foreign world, in order to let the economic operations of that world display themselves in their own documentation. We must construct some kind of intellectual tabula rasa for use in studying an area which is far removed in time and from a documentary point of view relatively unknown. When we speak of Economics of the Ancient World, we usually think of the work pioneered by Rostovtzeff and his followers, of the interpretation of history from an economic point of view, and of the study of epigraphic and papyrological materials which bear on costs and commodities. But there is a much earlier layer of historical material, which strangely is incorporated in the quasi-religious cloak of Greek Mythology. When one compares the myths of ancient Greece with those of ancient India, one sees that the Indian myths are essentially spiritual in nature, while the Greek myths show a disorganized array of unconvincing religion, erratic personal histories, and what appear to be fragmented chapters in the history of the rise of civilization after the last glacial retreat. It is the thesis of this paper that parts of the early Greek, and even the pre-Greek historical record became embalmed in the Greek myths, which themselves were rigidified into literary storytelling by the time of the Hellenistic academies, and finally petrified into the "myth systems" of Apollodoros and others, before being buried by a hostile Christianity.

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    32. Economic Growth (Norway - The Official Site In Greece)
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    Norway is a highly developed, industrial country with an open, export-oriented economy. Listed as one of the richest countries in the world, it has also achieved top-rankings with regard to standard of living, life expectancy, overall health and housing standards. The high level of material wealth is partly due to an abundance of natural resources, and partly due to Norway’s inclusion in the industrialization of Western Europe, as a result of its close proximity to the major markets. Norway has actively implemented the restructuring measures needed to achieve economic growth. Extensive trade and contacts with other countries have given Norwegian industry a foundation on which to develop an advanced economy. High investments in production equipment, improved and extended education as well as technical and organizational expertise in industry and public administration have also helped to promote growth. The Twentieth Century represented a period of continuous vigorous economic growth in Norway. Since the 1970s, the offshore oil industry has played a dominant role in the Norwegian economy. Only 21% of Norway is productive land (3% cultivated land and 18% productive forest). Norway is not a member of the European Union (EU), but participates in the EU common market as a signatory to the European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement between the countries of the EU and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

    33. Mixed Economy (Norway - The Official Site In Greece)
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    The Norwegian economy is generally characterized as a mixed economy - a capitalist market economy with a clear component of state influence. As in the rest of Western Europe, the expansion of most industry in Norway has largely been governed by private property rights and the private sector. Nevertheless, some industrial activities are owned or run by the state. State ownership and the regulation of the private sector serve to classify Norway as a mixture of market and planned economy. State administration takes the form of taxation, duties and subsidies. It is also evident in licensing schemes and the regulation of elements such as the working environment, accounting procedures, pollution and products. During the 1990s, state ownership of industry became more focused on purely financial investments. The industrial sector is mainly under private ownership, but the state is the largest owner of some of Norway’s largest corporations, such as Statoil and Norsk Hydro. Statoil (the Norwegian state-owned oil company) occupies a dominant position in Norway’s subsea oil industry, as well as in the petro-chemical, oil refining and oil marketing industries. Agriculture and fisheries are in private hands, apart from the approximately ten per cent of productive forestry land owned by the state. Within banking, there are state banks for the most important industries (agriculture, fisheries, heavy industry) for the municipalities, for regional development, for housing and for education. The state has been a significant owner of hydropower stations and electricity plants. Although the state has a monopoly on railways and the postal service, the state-owned companies that have been established have been granted freer rein, which in turn implies that they are increasingly exposed to competitive forces.

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