In Greece, the level of timber trade is still restricted following the financial crises which came to a head in 2010 and led to a 25% reduction in total national GDP and an estimated 85% contraction of the wood sector. In 2017, Greek wood and wood furniture imports declined 2% to €420 million, after a 10% rise the year before.
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July 11, 2018
Tourist industry starting to revive Greece’s timber industry
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