Profits are hidden in the exports of agricultural and livestock products, with their value reaching 3.9 billion. euros and 12 of them are in high demand in foreign markets. Reduced domestic demand and the economic downturn are creating opportunities for those involved in farming and ranching abroad.
In simple words, organized agricultural production combined with standardization and exports offers sure income.
Ethnos newspaper presents a research by the professor of the University of Economics, Ioannis Halikias, carried out on behalf of the Panhellenic Association of Exporters, in which, among other things, the Greek agricultural and livestock products that are “champions” in exports. Vegetables, apricots, cherries, peaches, oranges, tomatoes, fruits with pith, grapes, olive oil, cheeses, wheat, but also tobacco sell out in Australia, Poland, Italy, England, Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Belgium, Cyprus and Hungary.