Businessmen arrive from Greece

The group will meet with leading business figures and discuss cooperation in plastics, food, construction, fuels, cosmetics, packaging, pharmaceuticals, optics, and other fields.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
January 23, 2006 07:16

 
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A delegation of 12 Greek businessmen, led by Federation of Greek Industries VP Athanasios Lavidas and Exporters Association of Northern Greece VP Athanasios Archontis, will visit the country on Monday, the Manufacturers Association of Israel said. The group will meet with leading business figures and discuss cooperation in plastics, food, construction, fuels, cosmetics, packaging, pharmaceuticals, optics, and other fields. While imports from Greece grew 30 percent to $227 million in 2005, exports to Greece fell by some 20% to $177.5m., after rising 7.5% in 2004 as a result of the Athens Olympics. On Wednesday, a group of 20 businessmen will arrive from Peru, led by Peruvian Production Minister David Lemor Bezdin.

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