Greece THE STRUCTURE OF THE ECONOMY
Sources: The Library of Congress Country Studies; CIA World Factbook
The basic structural features of the Greek economy have been changing since the mid-1970s. Although statistical information is not always up to date, discernible trends indicate the essential movements. The composition of national income and the changing role of international trade, the structure of employment, the operation of Greece's underground economy, and the size and relative weight of the public sector are the main areas in which change is occurring in Greek economic structures.
Data as of December 1994
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