Undoubtedly one of the most high end markets to enter, not only in Europe, but worldwide, and with a complex retail system, consisting of a local, a regional and a national level, France is a challenge in itself for prospect exporters, the main one being the consistency in covering the demand.
Mr. Apostolos Michalopoulos, director of the central Economic & Commercial Affairs Office in Athens talks to Ambrosia Magazine about the added value of the Greek F&B sector and its key role as a major exporting product.
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Very close, and yet so far: a market with complex administrative procedures, Bulgaria constitutes an interesting exporting destination for Greek brands and companies, yet demanding of a local partner who can guide them through.
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