Greece

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Everybody knows that the Greek economy faces major challenges and still hasn’t recovered from the 2008 financial crisis. However, there are a few surprising facts some US businesses have discovered about the Greek market. Here are the top six secrets your competitors don’t want you to know about.     1. High-income consumer base   Despite the crisis, most Greek consumers have retained a relatively high income, and they’re looking...

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Each culture has different gestures and body language. Although many are considered universal (e.g. shaking the head means ‘no’, nodding means ‘yes’, etc.), in some countries they may mean something totally different.   In addition, some cultures rely on a large amount of body language to convey their meaning, while others tend to stick to spoken words.   Greek people (along with many other Mediterranean cultures) use a significant...

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Although Greek economy still hasn’t fully recovered from the 2008 financial crisis and its after-effects, there are numerous opportunities for US businesses hoping to enter the Greek market. Read on and find out which four main sectors of the Greek economy could provide your business with the opportunity of a lifetime.     Agriculture   Agriculture contributes about 4% to Greece’s GDP. The country possesses nearly 5 million hectares of...

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Greece is one of the birthplaces of European civilization. Concepts like democracy and political science, as well as Western philosophy, literature and drama all originate from Hellas, the predecessor of modern Greece. The country is located on the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula, creating a gateway between Asia, Africa, and Europe.   Greece is a developed country; its economy is the largest on the Balkan Peninsula....

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