Greece: the optimistic case
It's six years since the recession hit Greece, leaving the Greek economy in crisis and the rest of the Eurozone scrambling to find vast sums of money for a rescue deal. So what happens now? A slow road to recovery, or more trouble still to come? Business Daily comes from Athens where we meet leading members of the business community to assess what's next for this troubled economy. The Minister of Administrative reform and E-Government, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Constantine Michalos, President of the Union of Greek Chambers of Commerce and Aspa Topalidou, marketing director of Creta Farms are among the key business figures who tell us they see a better future for their country.