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Greece Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry Distribution and sales… Read More »

What to See in Athens (Greece)

The city was named after the goddess Athena around the end of the 16th and beginning of the 15th century BC. According to legend, the god of the sea Poseidon and the warrior Athena argued who would be the patron of the city. The gods gathered for judgment and decided that the power would belong… Read More »

Greece Archaeology – Prehistoric Period Part II

Also for the problem of the Ancient Ceramic Neolithic, Sesklo (Eneolithic i) has provided useful elements to a recent reconsideration of the problem, thanks to the ample stratigraphic evidence documented by the latest excavations of DR Theocharis: in particular from the comparison with the contemporary ÇCatal Hüyük xii- xi it seems that in the latter ceramic appears in… Read More »

Greece Archaeology – Prehistoric Period Part I

Our knowledge of the Paleolithic of Greece have been enriched, in the last decade, by the important results achieved both by extensive reconnaissance campaigns, as in Euboea, where the Lower Paleolithic (Nea Artaki) is now also attested, and in Boeotia, both from stratigraphic excavations, as in Epirus (resumption of the English excavations at Asprochàliko with… Read More »

Greece – Small Country with Huge Debt Part III

7: Unresolved issues This is how the situation has been more or less until today. Domestically, however, the crisis has cost Greece six governments and prime ministers ; two of them incarcerated temporarily pending election. Political extremism has grown in line with rising unemployment, and the economy – value creation – has fallen to 75… Read More »

Greece – Small Country with Huge Debt Part II

5: Increasing debt Already after a relatively short time, it was clear that Greece had joined the euro area on partly wrong terms . The Greek national accounts had been embellished by various Greek governments to meet the admission requirements ( convergence criteria, see facts) to join the eurozone. Both the debt ratio (the central… Read More »

Greece – Small Country with Huge Debt Part I

Greece has in recent years been strongly visible in the international media picture. Several parliamentary elections, political extremism and diplomatic problems in relation to the rest of Europe as well as an overwhelming influx of refugees have placed the country there. Beneath all the problems lies a looming large government debt, which exacerbates the many… Read More »

Greece Population, Politics and Economy

Population in Greece As a seafaring nation and a country with many coasts and islands, Greece has always been both a country of emigration and a destination for conquerors and emigrants. Therefore, in addition to the Christian Orthodox, Greek-speaking majority population, there are a number of ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities, most of whom immigrated… Read More »

Greece Children and School

Children and School How long do children go to school in Greece? Before school, children in Greece can attend a kind of preschool, which is like kindergarten in our country. The preschool prepares the children for primary school. In Greece there is compulsory schooling. All children between the ages of six and 15 have to… Read More »