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www.heritage.org/index/country/greece

Greece’s economic freedom score is 57.7, making its economy the 106th freest in the 2019 Index. Its overall score has increased by 0.4 point, with strong improvements in financial freedom and ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Greece

The economy of Greece is the 51st largest in the world with a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of $200.288 billion per annum. It is also the 56th largest in the world by purchasing power parity, at $297.008 billion per annum. As of 2017, Greece is the seventeenth-largest economy in the 28-member European Union.

www.reference.com/world-view/type-economy-greece-7aac31dc...

Greece has a capitalist economy with the public accounting for around 40 percent of the gross domestic product, or GDP. The majority of Greece's economy centers around the service sector, which includes such areas as gambling, banking and health care.

www.greeka.com/greece-economy.htm

The Economy of Greece is the 15th largest economy in the 27-member European Union and the 34th largest country in the world by nominal gross domestic product (2012). A developed country, Greece economy is based on service sector (85%) and industry (12%), while the agricultural sector consists only 3% of the national economic output.

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Greece's "Dark Ages" The Greek Dark Ages were a period of economic stagnation for the Greeks after the destruction of the complex Mycenaean economic system, the loss of the widespread written script Linear B meant that development was effectively stunted and living standards deteriorated. Basic trading patterns remained however.

www.indexmundi.com/greece/economy_overview.html

Greece is a major beneficiary of EU aid, equal to about 3.3% of annual GDP. The Greek economy averaged growth of about 4% per year between 2003 and 2007, but the economy went into recession in 2009 as a result of the world financial crisis, tightening credit conditions, and Athens' failure to address a growing budget deficit.

eh.net/encyclopedia/the-economy-of-ancient-greece

Before that time, the economy of ancient Greece did not comprise an independent sphere of institutions, but rather was “embedded” in other social and political institutions. Thus, Polanyi opened the door through which scholars could begin to examine the ancient Greek economy free from the normative parameters originally imposed on the debate.

theodora.com/wfbcurrent/greece/greece_economy.html

Greece is a major beneficiary of EU aid, equal to about 3.3% of annual GDP. The Greek economy averaged growth of about 4% per year between 2003 and 2007, but the economy went into recession in 2009 as a result of the world financial crisis, tightening credit conditions, and Athens' failure to address a growing budget deficit.

www.thefiscaltimes.com/.../13/5-Surprising-Facts-About-Greek-Economy

5 Surprising Facts About the Greek Economy . Search form ... from Bulow and Rogoff’s study is that Greek citizens have “withdrawn over a hundred billion euros from the banking system” since ...

www.cnbc.com/2017/12/08/after-nearly-a-decade-of-economic...

Following nearly 10 years of economic recession, the future of the Greek economy has finally started to brighten up. The Greek people, however, have stopped dreaming about their own future. Greece ...