|Greece as a "springboard" to the Balkans --|
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Doing Business in Greece:
· Labeling distribution channels
· Tariff/non tariff barriers
· Payment Terms
· Economic and political stability
· Growth above EU average
Greece's proximity to other countries in southeastern Europe, and the traditional trade ties of Greek businessmen with these neighboring countries, offer a variety of additional opportunities for U.S. businesses with Greek partners.
Best prospects include:
· Defense Equipment
· Telecommunications Equipment
· Renewable Energy
· Information Technology
· Medical Equipment
· Material Handling
· Environmental Engineering Services
· Tourism Infrastructure
· Homeland Security
Steve Alley, Senior Commercial Officer
Bill Kutson, Commercial Attaché
Marios Kyriacou, Senior Partner, KPMG
Symeon Tsomokos, President, Symeon Tsomokos S.A.
Event Details: Thursday, April 3rd, 2008 11 AM Eastern Time / 8 AM Pacific Time.
Duration is approximately 50 minutes.
Fee: $35 payable by credit card.
This webinar is being offered by the U.S. Department of Commerce's Europe Team. As it is a web-based event, you may participate from your home or office computer.
|Dusan Marinkovic, Indianapolis|
Senior International Trade Specialist
|William Kutson, Baltimore|