Agriculture

Agriculture

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After almost one hundred years flax will be grown again in Crete for textile use. The Penelope Gandhi mission women’s team, in cooperation with...

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Greek exports to the United States in 2014 rose by almost 10 percent compared to 2013 and exceeded 1 billion dollars, according to the...

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Greece, Cyprus and Hungary are likely to be allowed to export fruits and vegetables to Russia, despite the ongoing European Union sanctions imposed on...

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Wine production in Greece fell by 16.24% in the 2014-2015 period to 2,800,000 hectolitres, from 3,343,000 in the previous period, surpassing initial estimates for...

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Greece and Russia signed a trade deal that will bring Greece 4.2 billion euros and talked about the renewal of the deal for natural gas...

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Farmers in the flood-affected areas in the northern Greek region of Serres pulled the brakes on their tractors and started fishing in their flooded...

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The Russian Agriculture Ministry is discussing ways to ease the embargo on food imports affecting EU countries like Greece, Cyprus and Hungary, Minister Nikolai...

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The region of Serres in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, northern Greece, has been declared in a state of emergency by local authorities due to...

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The Russian government is currently considering to loosen its embargo imposed upon European Union (EU) agricultural products from several member-states, among which is Greece, by...

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The area around Evros River, northern Greece is suffering for the second time in just a few months, from severe floods that are putting...

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Greece highly benefits from water buffalo farming, as the industry is gaining more and more ground, while products such as milk, yogurt or meat...

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Greek peach farmers, who during the summer of 2014 suffered significant loses due to the Russian embargo imposed on European Union products, demanded a...