Authentic Greek Feta Cheese, Greek Olive Medley, Mediterranean Greek Yogurt Dip, 100% Greek Kalamata Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Pitted Kalamata Olives with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Gyro, Pomegranates, Pistachio, Thimari Honey, Sun Flower Oil, Neossol Shoe Soles, Anchovies, Cosmetics, Boklava Pastries, Fur, Marble, Steel Products, Pipes Cement, Petroleum, Tobacco, Oil Field Drilling Equipments. Make sure you read the Label made in Greece. Some food items can be found in your local Greek Stores and Trader Joe's. If you buy their products it helps their economy. And could boost your stocks depending if you all shop at the similar time and day.
You just explained their problem, they do not really have a large export economy, lets hope tourism starts up again, Santorini is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Their history and architecture is only rivaled by Italy in the Mediterranean area.
Many share holders want to buy and hold to keep this stock strong. Consistency of buying Greek products will help this stock performance. And it can reach back to $24 a share and higher. If those still hold and support Greece this stock can probably reach $60 and more a share it can take up to a 1 years or so, but it is worth all the wait. Remember consistency of buying and supporting Greece products and let your friends, neighbors, and relatives know about Greek products and tell them to share this with others. The more that knows the higher the stock goes when they buy during the open and closing of the market Monday through Friday.
The best Greek products these days are the Greek hospitality, the emerald seas, the beautiful beaches followed by the delicious Greek food. Not to mention the number one commercial fleet in the world.
VISIT GREECE -- BUY GREEK !!!!!!!!!!!
Be careful. A lot of these products are Bulgarian but but it is more prestigious to say Greek feta and Greek yougurt but the best quality is Bulgarian. Even the Greeks prefer the bulgarian feta and yougurts, not to speak about the wine and tabacos.
I hate to disagree. Greek feta is the best. Bulgaria's feta tends to be too salty, as a rule. Some Greek companies have moved to Bulgaria for cheaper labor but they're probably considering returning by now as Greece has put up a "for sale" sign at all borders.