Taking over China

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Since many economists suggest that an increase in exports of Greek products could be the only way out of the country's economic crisis, could it be that olive oil, Greek whine and traditional sweets can be marketable in such large markets as that of China and appeal to previously untouched by Greek tradition populations such as the relatively newly established Chinese middle-class? The New Files' Marianna Kakaounaki takes up a long journey starting from the remote olive groves of Crete only to follow a team of Greek producers and businessmen in their endeavors to find buyers for their traditional products as far away as Beijing. 

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Since many economists suggest that an increase in exports of Greek products could be the only way out of the country's economic crisis, could it be that olive oil, Greek whine and traditional sweets can be marketable in such large markets as that of China and appeal to previously untouched by Greek tradition populations such as the relatively newly established Chinese middle-class? The New Files' Marianna Kakaounaki takes up a long journey starting from the remote olive groves of Crete only to follow a team of Greek producers and businessmen in their endeavors to find buyers for their traditional products as far away as Beijing.