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Greece Bans Imported Pork From Bulgaria Amid African Swine Fever Outbreak

Bulgarian Agriculture Minister Desislava Taneva said on Friday that Greece has decided to ban imported pork from her country, due to an outbreak of African...

Greek Exports Down 8% in First Half of 2016

Greece’s exports recorded an 8 percent drop in the first half of 2016, with exporters attributing the slump to exhaustion after continuing recession and...

Cyprus’ Trade Deficit Rises in January to February 2016

The trade deficit in Cyprus has registered higher for the period of January to February 2016, as compared to the same period in 2015. Specifically,...

Cost of Greek Capital Controls Estimated at Around €3 Bln

Capital controls have been imposed in Greece for three weeks. However, the cost of this time period to the Greek economy is estimated to be...

Greek Exports Hurt by Capital Controls

Greek exporting companies could lose 80 million euros per week after the imposition of capital controls and the closing of banks, estimates the Panhellenic...

Greek Fruit and Vegetables Export Value Reduced by 4% in 2014

The value of Greek fruit and vegetable exports has been slightly decreased between January and October 2014 and totaled some 765 million euros, almost...

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...

Greek Cotton and Carpets Popular in Japan

Greek cotton and Greek carpets are really popular in Japan, as highlighted at an event held in Thessaloniki to introduce Japan's new Honorary Consul. According...

Greeks Continue to Prefer Foreign Products

 The economic crisis and the pressures from neighboring countries don’t seem to influence consumers according to a report from the National Statistical Service presented by...

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