See also: Greek Financial Audit, Main article: Greek government-debt crisis. Main article: Agriculture in Greece. Skouries mine. Main articles: Greek shipping and List of ports in Greece. Main article: Telecommunications in Greece. Main article: Tourism in Greece. Main article: Transport in Greece.
Further information: Energy in Greece. Amyntaio Power Plant. View of a wind farm, Panachaiko mountain. Main article: Taxation in Greece. Main article: Tax evasion and corruption in Greece. See also: Health care in Greece. See also: List of Greek companies. European Union. International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 29 September World Bank. Retrieved 9 September World Economic Outlook Database, October Washington, D.
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Frangos Christos Frangos. Finally, the most important Greek industry, shipping, is making huge gains establishing its prowess in the global market, being the biggest in the world, makes Greece a real global player. Peter Haggett Encyclopedia of World Geography: Italy. Marshall Cavendish. The Greek shipping industry, one of the largest in the world, accounts for more than 30 percent of the income derived from services.
It is exempt from government control, unlike other Ibpus. Int'l Business Publications. Greek shipping and List of ports in Greece The shipping industry is a key element of Greek economic activity dating back to ancient times.
Today, shipping is one of the country's most important industries. It accounts for 4. Greek ships make up 70 percent of the European Union's total merchant fleet. Greece has a large shipbuilding and ship refitting industry. Its six shipyards near Piraeus are among the biggest in Europe. As Greek ships primarily transport Competition and regulation in shipping and shipping related industries. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
Tullio Treves; Pineshi The Shipping Industry The shipping industry the transport of persons and goods by sea constitutes one of the most important factors for the Greek society and economy Athanasios A. Pallis Maritime Transport: The Greek Paradigm. Since Greek shipping ranks on top of world shipping business in terms of tonnage and volume, it is of interest to have a closer look at Greek shipping finance. Retrieved 31 October Bank of Greece.
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Retrieved 6 May Business Insider. Archived from the original on 5 March The New York Times. In dozens of deals across the Continent, banks provided cash upfront in return for government payments in the future, with those liabilities then left off the books. Greece, for example, traded away the rights to airport fees and lottery proceeds in years to come. Greece actually executed the swap transactions to reduce its debt-to-gross-domestic-product ratio because all member states were required by the Maastricht Treaty to show an improvement in their public finances," Laffan said in an e- mail.
The Daily Telegraph. One of the more intriguing lines from that latter piece says: "Instruments developed by Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and a wide range of other banks enabled politicians to mask additional borrowing in Greece, Italy and possibly elsewhere. Did Britain hide its debts? Was Goldman Sachs involved? Should we panic? Such contracts were also used by other European countries until Eurostat, the EU's statistic agency, stopped accepting them later in the decade. Eurostat has also asked Athens to clarify the contracts. Der Spiegel.
Retrieved 29 October This credit disguised as a swap didn't show up in the Greek debt statistics. Eurostat's reporting rules don't comprehensively record transactions involving financial derivatives. In previous years, Italy used a similar trick to mask its true debt with the help of a different US bank. Retrieved 20 August Retrieved 16 May Librus Magazine. Archived from the original on 20 August Retrieved 17 May Sunday Business.