Greek Shipping After the Accession of Greece to the European Economic Community

  • John Tzoannos
Part of the University of Reading European and International Studies book series (UREIS)


When examining the Greek maritime sector in the context of the EEC it is tempting to emphasise the fact that we are indeed examining a process of economic integration between unequal partners, only that, as opposed to other sectors, the relative importance of the partners being brought together in this case is in reverse order. This is seen clearly from the figures on Table 7.1. The impact of the accession should therefore be examined in both directions.


European Economic Community Competition Rule Draft Regulation Maritime Policy Comecon Country 
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