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Greece hails continued growth of maritime industry

The world’s leading maritime nation in many regards saw an uptick in working maritime businesses in 2018. The growth translated into more ships and tonnage, ultimately hitting the 200m gross tonnes mark

The Greek government claims that European shipping contributes almost $64bn to the EU’s annual GDP and 190,000 jobs to Greece

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