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Athens News Agency: News in English, 00-03-21

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  • [01] Exports to Britain
  • [02] Summer time begins

  • [01] Exports to Britain

    21/03/2000 12:16:21

    Greek exports to Britain rose by 11 percent in 1999, reaching a 398 million pounds sterling, according to data released Tuesday by the British statistical service.

    Foodstuffs, mainly fresh grapes, tomato paste, tinned fruit, olive oil and yoghurt comprised the chief group of exports, accounting for 23 percent of total exports to Britain, followed by ready-to-wear clothing, exports of which rose by 40 percent last year.

    [02] Summer time begins

    21/03/2000 12:16:14

    Clocks will be turned back one hour this Sunday, March 26, to begin summer time, the transport and communications ministry said Tuesday.

    Clocks should be turned back at 3:00 am on Sunday to show 4:00 am.

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