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Greece has Most Closed Economy in the EU, Says Fraser Institute Report

Greece ranks last among the 27 EU countries in the Economic Freedom of the World report released by the Frazer Institute.

Enterprise Greece Teams Up with eBay

Enterprise Greece has teamed up with e-commerce company eBay for the promotion of Greek products and services to more than 182 million buyers in 190 markets worldwide.

PwC: 2020 a Year of ‘Slowbalisation’ for the Global Economy

PwC predicts that 2020 will be a year of ‘slowbalisation’ for the global economy, with trade tensions expected to create challenges for global supply chains.

E-payments in Europe Become Easier, Safer, Cheaper

Electronic payments are set to become safer, cheaper and easier, according to the European Commission’s latest guidelines.

Greek Exports to US Pick Up Pace in H1 2019

Greek exports to the US rose by 7.17 percent in the first six months of 2019, demonstrating the positive climate in bilateral trade between the two countries.

Coca-Cola Hellas’ Athens-themed Campaign Caught in the Crossfire

Greek beverages companies Epsa and Loux are claiming that Coca-Cola Hellas has illegally used national symbols in its Athens-themed campaign.

Greek-Dutch Expo Looks to Boost Ties Between Greece and The Netherlands

Residents and visitors in Utrecht, The Netherlands, will have the chance to “Feel, Taste, Live Greece!” during the 2nd Greek-Dutch Expo/Fest in March.

German-Hellenic Chamber Sets Goals for 2018

The German-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce will hold business missions to Latin America, Asia and the Arab Gulf to promote Greece's investment opportunities.

New Greek-US Committee to Encourage Investment Activity

Economy Minister Dimitris Papadimitriou and US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt agreed to the creation of a Greek-US investment committee.

EU-China Trade Deal to Include Six Greek PDO Products

Six Greek products, including ouzo and feta cheese, are on a PDO list which will form part of a bilateral trade agreement between the EU and China.
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Poll: Tourism Deemed Most Important For Crete’s Development

Almost 40 percent of the citizens of Crete believe that more emphasis should be given on tourism so development can be achieved on the island, a recent poll carried out by the Technical University of Crete said.