Exports

Turkish PM Davutoglu in Athens Amid Heavy Security Measures

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu arrived in Athens a few minutes after 3:30 pm accompanied by nine of his cabinet's Ministers, in order to participate in the 3rd Greek-Turkish High Level Cooperation Council, to be held over two days...

Russia Restricts Meat Imports from Greece and Southern Europe

Russia's food regulating authority said that the country will stop importing livestock and beef from southern Europe because of fears for disease outbreaks. What is seen by the EU as a response to Western sanctions imposed over Moscow's Ukraine policy,...

The World Map of Exportable Products

Using data from the CIA Factbook, Globalpost.com labeled all countries in the world with their highest valued export, creating a world map of exportable products. The map shows the main source of income of each country and also the vast differences between the...

Trifilia Watermelons Again Ripen Earliest in Europe

The first open air watermelons are expected to come to market on May 20, once again courtesy of the farmers of Trifilia, a Peloponnese village where each year the fruit always seems to ripen ahead of the competition. Weather conditions are often an...

Chinese Love the Taste of Greece: Exports Soar

As Greece struggles through a crushing economic crisis, some of the products for which it is best known are taking a bigger hold in China, with a 269.1 percent increase in exports in the first quarter of the year,...

Greece-Based Chinese Store Owners Export to China

The Chinese community in Greece has decreased over the past 15 years by 10,000 people while Chinese stores, that have mushroomed all around the country, are struggling now with financial crisis. President of the Chinese Trade and Cultural Association...

Tourism and Exports still Growing

Tourism and exports are the only sectors of the Greek economy that are managing to deliver any positive news during the general crisis in the country this year, as daily Kathimerini reports today. Bank of Greece data for the...