Greece - Industry



Greece's industrial sector is weak. While it expanded during the 1960s, growth slowed from the 1970s to the 1990s. Industry has progressed to a higher level in 2000 due to large increases in mining and energy production, as well as construction, but it remains an under-performing economic sector. The shipping industry, however, is an important exception, and has performed exceptionally well. Textile production, food processing, construction, cement, and shipping are important segments of this sector. High-technology equipment production, particularly in telecommunications, is another growing and important industry.

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Dec 6, 2010 @ 8:08 am
Because of mining, city urban constructions as metro u-bahn etc, heavy duty machines and repare, service of them should be grown too. We re looking for collaboration companies in Greece. World worried about Last years macro economy of country news, but l believe in near future these will be the story

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