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www.everyculture.com/Ge-It/Greece.html

Greece is a parliamentary republic modeled after the French system. The redrawn constitution of 1975 established a single legislative body with three hundred seats. The president serves as the ceremonial head of state, while the prime minister is the head of government.

merkspages.com/HWCIV/Greece/idealschart.htm

The cornerstone of ancient Greek values was reciprocity, or mutual exchange between two or more people. In Homeric Greece, there was no "national", formal system of government or trade. Greek-speaking people relied on reciprocity, a simple system of transaction.

family.lovetoknow.com/greek-family-values

Greek family values are so strong that elements of tradition and culture transcend many generations. A young Greek man with a family in the States may still honor and respect the wishes of a great-great Greek grandparent whom he has never met.

classroom.synonym.com/what-values-did-the-ancient-greeks...

Ancient Greek civilization has contributed to many parts of today's society. The teachings and doings of ancient Greeks have remained important lessons that many societies still use. The ancient ...

prayforgreece.net/honour-shame-and-the-greek-value-system

Abstract: Mediterranean value-systems have been presented as classifications of’ honour’ and ‘shame’. Apart from the issue of whether ‘the Mediterranean’ necessarily or usefully constitutes a discrete cultural zone, ‘honour’ and ‘shame’ are inefficient glosses on a wide variety of indigenous terminological systems. Fresh ethnographic evidence from two rural Greek ...

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.

greeking.me/blog/greek-history-culture/item/14-3-values-of...

Another value of the ancient greek world was the endless search of our inner self, the core of our soul and personality. One man can not really fulfill his purpose in life if he is not familiar with his own gifts and weaknesses, his fears and wishes and his own special way of being happy and complete. This is a journey that we all make through ...

www.heritage.org/index/country/greece

The combined value of exports and imports is equal to 67.5 percent of GDP. The average applied tariff rate is 2.0 percent. Greece implements a number of EU-directed nontariff trade barriers ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_drachma

The National Bank of Greece introduced 1000-drachma notes in 1901, and the Bank of Greece introduced 5,000-drachma notes in 1928. The economic depression of the 1920s affected many nations around the globe, including Greece. In 1922, the Greek government issued a forced loan in order to finance their growing budget deficit.

www.uvm.edu/~vtconn/v19/garrett.html

The Value of the Greek System: Should Fraternities and Sororities Have a Place on Campus? Deanna M. Garrett. Critics of the Greek system argue that fraternities and sororities perpetuate widespread alcohol abuse, sexual abuse, sexual assault, and discrimination, and call for the elimination of Greek organizations on college campuses.