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

41. Country ViewsWire Greece - EIU Online Store
Country ViewsWire greece strategy; and; industry overview. Regulations trade regulations;Foreign regulations; and; ebusiness regulations. industry coverage The

42. Mixed Capitalism In Greece And Transition In Poland
This may have paved the way for the formation of an independent trade union called“Solidarity” to become a political industry in greece is comprised of
COUNTRY COMPARISONS Mixed capitalism in Greece and transition in Poland
by Andrew Dubrowski,
April 2002
PART 1(an introduction to Greece and Poland): PART 2 (the Greek and Polish culture):
PART 3 (the economies): PART 4 (imports and exports): PART 5 (a final glance at Greece and Poland) Greece and Poland are two European countries separated by many others, with different historical backgrounds, unlike cultures, and two different economies. The size of the two countries provides some contrasts in economies. Greece, being smaller, does not seem to have as large an economy as the transition economy in Poland. Poland’s economy has been growing at a highly successful rate but Greece has kept a steady rate as well through the years. Liberal policy in Poland provides a good step for the Polish economy while with some economic aid from the EU, Greece has been able to form some policies that have Greece pointed in the right direction as well. It is unfair to say which economy is better since in Greece and in Poland the respective economies both seem to work for their respective countries. references Part 1: info from 1."Civilization in the West", Mark Kishlansky 2."Encyclopedia Americana 2002"

43. OECD Home: Information By Country: Greece: Statistics, Data And Indicators
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(English) View long abstract 18-May-2004 Source: International Trade by Commodity Statistics and Monthly Statistics of International Trade databases. Includes: Annual and monthly statistics on international trade (imports and exports) for the 30 OECD member countries, in US dollar. Also available: Statistiques de commerce international - Donn©es (French) Related documents: International Trade in Goods Statistics - OECD Geographical Nomenclature (English) Annual National Accounts for OECD Member Countries (English) View long abstract 09-Apr-2004 Main aggregates of national accounts - including GDP, GDP per capita , disposable income, saving and net lending/net borrowing - available from 1970 depending on the country, in national currency ...

44. ECSA - European Community Shipowners' Associations
greece REPORT. and prove once more that Greek shipping is an export industry playinga not only through the systematic bridging of the balance of trade but also

    According to statistical data of 2001, the Greek flag fleet consists of 1529 vessels (above 100 gt) amounting to 28.678.240 gt. This fleet represents 38,10% of the European Community fleet and ranks fourth internationally.
    In parallel, Greek interests control 3,480 vessels of various categories i.e., 9,2% of the world's total number of vessels in service or 17,8% of the world fleet deadweight. As a result, the Greek owned ocean going fleet maintains its position on top in the world league. The above statistics are more impressive when seen against the negative international background following the 11th September terrorist attacks which drastically changed the political and economic climate worldwide.
    Domestically, the first encouraging step was taken by the Greek government towards restoring the competitiveness of the Greek register: namely, the long overdue measures concerning cuts in the rates of tonnage tax and reduced taxation of seafarers as well as the possibility for retirees to return to seagoing service. These measures express a wider vision and a renewed political will. It is hoped that they will be followed by a second set of measures in line with the relevant EU Guidelines on state aids to shipping (1997) and with similar measures adopted in most of the EU Member States.
    In addition, further measures and incentives will be required to attract manpower to the shipping industry and improve maritime education. The recruitment of Greek officers and attracting new entrepreneurs to the industry requires, inter alia, a change in the overall attitude of society vis-à-vis the shipping sector. In the year 2001 we witnessed the lowest turnout of attendees to the maritime academies, which is indicative of a problem of perception leading to the reluctance of youngsters to follow a shipping career. Changing this perception constitutes the industry's and the State's major challenge and will require a revitalising of the national maritime education system and of the chronically ailing National Seamen's Pension Fund (NAT).

45. City Economy
comprising the biggest seaport, developed industry, a resort Transport and externaltrade belong to the main Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria and greece, goes through
Odessa City is an economic centre of the Northen Black sea Region
Odessa is one of the main centres of Ukraine comprising the biggest seaport, developed industry, a resort-creation complex, transport, financial and social infrastructure. Transport and external trade belong to the main economic functions being fulfilled by Odessa at the level of international labour division.
The City is situated at the crosspoint of the most important international routes from Europe to Asia, from Central and Northern Europe to the Middle East. The international transport corridor ? 9 connecting Finland, Russia, Latvia, Byelorussia, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece, goes through Odessa. Odessa Seaport is the greatest in the country having cargo handling facilities of 20 mln tons per annum, the total coastal line of 8 km long, accommodating ships with length up to 250 m and draft to 12,5 m. Through transport lines the port is connected with more than 600 ports of the world. The ferry lines, connecting Odessa Port with Turkey and Greece, are under active operation. According to the general classification parameters the Port is considered to be one of the largest ports, enjoing international category and have an active balance of cargo turnover as a multifunctional trade port. In accordance with the Edict of the President of Ukraine there has been created a free economic zone within the Port area where corporate entities enjoy preferentials in taxation. Besides, sea transport, railway, car, aviation and pipeline transports are developed in the City.

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47. GREECE : General Data
greece trade partners DE FR IT GB NL US JP. tourism 12,5 million. Economicactivities in agriculture, fisheries, industry, mining, services, energy.
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Note: some data are of constant value, while other are due to changes, fluctuations etc. Nation and population official name (short form): Hellas ; Ellados country code ISO: GR //; - FIPS: GR location: Southeast Europe time zone: UT [*= applying daylight saving time] surface (land) area: = sq.mi //; - area incl. inland waters: = sq.mi geographical position in extreme co-ordinates: North: 41°45'01" N / South: 34°48'11" N / East: 29°38'39" E / West: 19°22'41" E borders (land): Albania, FYRO Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey borders (coastline): Mediterranean Sea climate: Mediterranean, this varies according to altitude from alpine to subtropical Government independent since: 1830-02-03 ; 1913 type of government: republic administrative division: region (13) into nomoi (51) Population population according to the latest census (2001): 10964,080 total population according to the estimate of midyear 2000: 10601,527; or: 10560,000 population density: 83 per = 215 per sq.mi

48. India's Foreign Relations - Greece - July 2000
main items of India s imports from greece are petrol cooperation and measures to furtherincrease bilateral trade. Chamber of Commerce and industry to establish
India - Greece
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India and Greece have traditionally shared excellent relations, which draw sustenance from the fact that both are inheritors of a rich civilisational past. High level visits over the past decade have served to reinforce the warm relations that extend to political as well as cultural and economic dimensions. The Greek President, Mr. Constantinos Stephanopoulos paid a goodwill visit to India in January 1998. He was accompanied by the then Greek Foreign Minister, Mr. Theodoros Pangalos and the Deputy Minister for National Economy, Mr. Alexandros Baltas. The visit was a reaffirmation of warm and friendly ties both countries share. The Greek National Minister for Defence, Mr. Apostolos-Athanasios Tsohatzopoulos visited India from December 5-8, 1998. He was the first NATO Defence Minister to visit India after May 1998. A MoU on defence cooperation was signed during the visit. This was followed by visits of Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare, Mr. Theodore Kotsonis in January 1999 and of Secretary General of Greek Foreign Office-Mr. Cilianos in October 1999. From India, Union Minister of Environment and Forests visited Greece in August 1998 to attend “Athens Summit 1998”. The defence visits include that of Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshall S.K. Sareen in March 1998 and of Chief of Hellenic Airforce Lt. Gen. Dimitrios Litzerakos in November 1999.

49. Greece Country Commercial Guide FY 2003: Exec Summary
trade, banking, insurance, transportation and shipping, communications, healthcare,education, and tourism are the greece s food industry is expanding
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Expires: This single chapter is excerpted from the FY 2003 Country Commercial Guide for Greece, describing the overall commercial climate in the country. The full text of the report is also available on this website. 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Greece is an import dependent economy, and as such, represents excellent marketing opportunities for U.S. goods, products, equipment, services and technology. This is especially true since U.S. suppliers are very highly regarded in Greece for superior quality and consistency. Moreover, there are no significant non-tariff barriers to U.S. exports. Nevertheless, the U.S. accounted for only about 4½ % of Greece's imports in 2001, which totaled about $28 billion, signaling plenty of room for expansion of U.S. business in the Greek market.

50. Map 4 Travel - Finland Economy
metals, engineering, telecommunications, and electronics industries. trade is important,with exports equaling Germany economy greece economy Greenland economy
Finland Economy Back to Top World War II left Finland with towering economic problems, including high inflation, unemployment, and an unfavorable balance of trade. Since then the industrial sector has expanded—by the late 1960s more persons were employed in manufacturing than in both agriculture and forestry—and the trade balance has improved. Except for public utilities, industry and business are privately owned. The government, however, exercises considerable control over the economy by means of numerous regulations. The national budget in 1998 anticipated $41.3 billion in revenues and $43.1 billion in expenses. Finland’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 1999 was $129.7 billion. Finland's economy is based primarily on private ownership and free enterprise; in some sectors, however, the government exercises a monopoly or a leading role. After World War II, Finland was still only semi-industrialized, with a large part of the population engaged in agriculture, mining, and forestry. During the early postwar decades, primary production gave way to industrial development, which in turn yielded to a service- and information-oriented economy. The economy grew especially rapidly in the 1980s, as the country exploited its strong trading relations with both eastern and western European countries. By the early 1990s, however, the country was experiencing economic recession, largely because the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 deprived Finland of its chief trading partner. The economy began a slow recovery in the mid-1990s, as Finland refocused its trade primarily toward western Europe.

51. Map 4 Travel - Poland Economy
a Sovietstyle planned economy in which heavy industry and engineering were emphasized.Nearly all branches of large industry, trade, transportation, and
Poland Economy Back to Top World War II, Poland’s economy depended largely on agriculture. However, the Communists, who had achieved a monopoly on power by 1947, adopted a Soviet-style planned economy in which heavy industry and engineering were emphasized. Nearly all branches of large industry, trade, transportation, and finance came under the control of the Communist government. Private ownership was limited to agriculture, handicrafts, and certain services. During the first several decades of the Communist period, Poland’s economy grew. However, in the late 1970s the country began to experience severe economic difficulties, caused by a series of poor harvests, unrest among industrial workers, shortages of consumer goods, lagging technology, rising inflation, and a massive foreign debt. These economic problems, which worsened during the 1980s, were responsible in large part for the collapse of the Communist regime and its replacement by a non-Communist coalition in 1989.
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53. Economy Of Albania
force that works abroad, mostly in greece and Italy and help offset the large foreigntrade deficit composition by sector agriculture 54% industry 25% services

54. Greece - Country Profile - Background
libraries normally hold United Kingdom trade statistics The cost of living in Greeceis lower with an emphasis on infrastructure, industry, health, educational

55. Greece-China / Sino-Hellenic Bilateral Business, Trade, Tourism And Investment R
review of legislation to meet World trade Organisation (WTO Chinese Chamber of Commerceand industry 25A, Voukourestiou Street GR10671 Athens greece Tel. +30
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Sino-Hellenic bilateral business, trade, tourism and investment relations This special section of INVgr focuses on the bilateral business, trade and investment relations between the Hellenic Republic (Greece) and the People's Republic of China (China). It also focuses on the activities, investments and corporate expansion plans of Greek companies, investors and entrepreneurs active in China. To submit your company profile, press releases, lists of products/services or other information that you believe could be of interest to the readers of this particular section of INVgr, please contact us. China syndrome Bi-annual Business File Special Survey on Greek shipping June 2004 This winter the operators of dry bulk cargo ships thought every day was Christmas. Large modern vessels were fetching hire rates in excess of $100,000 a day. Even much older, much smaller vessels were attracting $35,000 a day. Tanker rates were high and container rates strong. The driving force was China. Since it joined the World Trade Organisation three years ago, it has become the factory of the world with a GDP growth rate last year in excess of 9%.

56. Romania Factbook 2000 - Economic Statistics For Romania
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57. University Of Macedonia (Greece), Dept Of Economic Sciences, Regional, Developme
on the regional development of Greek industry, the industry location in greece andthe local development projects and the external trade of Greek firms
University of Macedonia (Greece), Dept of Economic Sciences, Regional Development and Policy Research Unit (co-ordination)
The Regional Development and Policy Research Unit -RDPRU is an informal research unit in the Department of Economic Sciences, University of Macedonia. The RDPRU promotes a multidisciplinary approach bringing together researchers from a diversity of backgrounds (economics, statistics, engineering, etc). In addition RDPRU has a particular interest in transnational comparative analysis. The RDPRU has extensive experience in project co-ordination and has participated in many international projects. The research activity of RDPRU focuses on issues such as: Economies in Transition penetration of Greek firms in the Balkan Countries; Regional incentives to industry; Developments of different industrial sectors; Diffused industrialization subcontracting in manufacturing; Development plans for certain areas; Refugees settlements and Evaluation of major projects. Professor Lois Labrianidis, the head of RDPRU, is the project coordinator, while three Researchers from the RDPRU and two faculty members of the University of the Macedonia, the University of the Aegean and the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, form the Greek Team.

58. Greece Agri-Food Country Profile Statistical Overview
Bilateral trade and investment continue to expand especially in the shipping industry. Inaddition, greece has special trade interests in Turkey and the
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This information piece is provided to update the statistical information of existing documents on Greece. Due to recent economic developments an update was deemed necessary.
Greece, located at the junction of three continents: Europe, Asia and Africa, is a member of the EU and most recently the European Monetary Union (EMU). The government of Greece has worked hard in recent years to improve its economy in preparation for EMU ascension and the 2004 Olympic Games to be held in Athens. Demographics Total Population 10.7 million Growth Rate Age Breakdown 0-14 years 15-64 years 65 years and over Life Expectancy Total 78.44 years Male 75.89 years Female 81.16 years

Greece is located in southeastern Europe on the southern tip of the Balkan Peninsula. The Greek mainland is bordered on the north by Bulgaria, Macedonia and Albania. Greece is bordered on the east by the Aegean Sea and Turkey, and by the Ionian and Mediterranean Seas to the west. The country consists of a large mainland, a peninsula and more than 1,400 islands. Greece has more than 14,880 kms of coastline and a total land area of 130,800 sq kms.

59. Market Research Analysis At MindBranch
17, Country industry Forecast greece, 10/01/2003, $350. five-year forecasts foreight key industries, along with for more than 95% of world output and trade.

60. Welcome To Trade International, Inc. -- Articles
role in the culture of greece and its trade. greece, presently, is the 4th1 largestproducer of marble in the By the recent World Stone industry report by the
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Greece is located between the Ionia Sea and the Aegean Sea, and is slightly smaller then Alabama. It is comprised of very mountainous areas and lots of islands. The structure underlying Greece is "Marble". The climate is mild and makes it a vacation paradise. The historical landmarks make it necessary to visit from an architectural standpoint and for general education. Greece rates highly on literacy at 95% and is one of the highly advanced nations in the world, besides being one of the oldest to explore marble. The first marbleworks were started probably in the Cycladic islands in the centuries of 3000 B.C. Hellas is a celebration in word and picture of a beautiful, rugged land, its diverse peoples of antiquity, and their unique civilization which gave birth to the finest elements in our own. The story of the ancient Greeks is known to most persons today in the form of a few highlights: the Acropolis of Athens, the philosophers and sculpture and playwrights of classical Greece, the precious heritage of the Olympic games. Marble contributes considerably to the mineral wealth of Greece. Greece provides rare varieties of marbles which can scarcely be found elsewhere and which have greatly contributed to the history of civilization.

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