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April 09, 2014
A truck driver looks on, as employees at Mavrikos Imports, a marine supply company, unload a truck at...
Athens, Greece
Truck driver looks on as employees at Mavrikos Imports, a marine supply company, unload a truck at company's...
A truck driver looks on, as employees at Mavrikos Imports, a marine supply company, unload a truck at company's warehouse at Kaminia suburb in Piraeus, near Athens April 3, 2014. Greece is experiencing a remarkable financial recovery. Just two years ago, the country was expected to default and exit the euro, possibly setting off a messy unravelling of the entire currency bloc. Today, after a tough regime of layoffs, wage cuts and reductions in government spending, factories are beginning to hum again, Greeks are starting to buy cars and other products again and the country is being courted in financial markets. The government is looking to the end of a tough international emergency aid programme at the end of the year. To match Insight GREECE-ECONOMY/ Picture taken April 3, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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