Greece’s import commodities usually came from Russia amounting to $7.8 billion, followed by Germany valued at $6 billion, Italy at $5 billion and Iraq with $4.4 billion. Among the country’s top imports would include crude petroleum valued at around $14 billion, refined petroleum with $4 billion, packaged medicaments at $3 billion, petroleum gas at $1.8 billion and another $1.2 billion for passenger and cargo ships.
|Official Name (Local Language)||Elliniki Dhimokratia||Capital||Athens||Population||10,773,253||Currency||Euro||GDP||$195.9 billion||Languages||Greek||Telephone Dial In||30|
Imports ($m USD)
Number of Import Products
Number of Import Partners
% Partner Share
Petroleum oils, etc, (excl. crude); preparation
Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminou
Palm oil (excl. crude) and liquid fractions
Natural gas, liquefied
Transmission apparatus, for radioteleph incorpo
Wheat, corn, barley, sugar beets, olives, tomatoes, wine, tobacco, potatoes; beef, dairy products
Tourism, food and tobacco processing, textiles, chemicals, metal products; mining, petroleum
The Greeks possess 64th of the world’s largest export economy, according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). Some of the export commodities offered by Greece would include refined petroleum valued at $12 billion, packaged medicaments at $1.13 billion, around $695 million of pure olive oil and aluminum plating valued at $666 million. The major export destinations of Greek products would include Turkey ($4.2 billion), Italy ($3 billion), Germany ($2.2 billion) and Bulgaria ($1.8 billion).
National Bank of Greece