2014 has been a year of promise and renewed optimism in Greece, in that the downward economic trend has been drastically reduced, and the first signs of development have been seen in the last quarter, where official figures show a growth of 1.3%. Recruitment activity and executive search in Greece, however, remain muted.
The shrinking of the public sector has provided important opportunities for investment by third parties, such as by Cosco and the Chinese in the Piraeus Harbor. This has triggered a number of side investments and is gradually making the port one of the important entry points of goods into Europe.
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