Greece possesses great opportunities to become a leader in extroversion. Its geographical position gives it unique advantages in primary production. Indeed, about 29% of its current exports regard the primary sector, the leading products being breams, basses, olives, olive oil, kiwis, saffrons, dairy products, etc.

Exports are important for economic growth and Greece has a comparative advantage in may products. But it is necessary to develop public supportive services which will lead and consult on both production and exporting activity and will ease businesses.
You may read (in Greek) the speech of the President of Panhellenic Exporters Association, Mrs. Christina Sakellaridis that was given yesterday during an event in the Ministry of Agriculture on the link provided above.