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Athens News Agency: News in English, 10-01-15

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Greek farmers begin protest road blocks
  • [02] Merchant fleet grows 4.8%

  • [01] Greek farmers begin protest road blocks

    Protest action by farmers was escalating on Friday, with the first tractor road blocks appearing on national highways. The majority of farmers involved in Friday's protests belonged to the Nationwide Coordinating Body for farmers.

    Farmers from Kavala blocked the Egnatia highway at the Chrysopolis intersection for one hour, while in Evros they were gathering around the Ormenio and Kipi border crossings and at Soufli, while they are due to decide on whether to block roads on Sunday.

    Kastoria farmers were due at the Vogatsikos intersection at 2:00 p.m. where they would intermittently block traffic every hour from Kastoria to Thessaloniki and from Kastoria to Albania.

    Farmers from Florina and Amyntaios and others from Grevena were heading toward the Niki border crossing, which they intend to blockade, while Prespes farmers will gather at the Krystallopigi border crossing on Sunday.

    All across northern Greece, meanwhile, local farmer associations were holding meetings to decide whether to join in the action.

    [02] Merchant fleet grows 4.8%

    Greece's merchant shipping fleet grew by 4.8 percent in November 2009 in comparison with November 2006 , the National Statistics Service announced on Friday.

    The merchant marine fleet totaled 2,156 vessels in November 2003, 2,011 in November 2006 and 2,108 in November 2009.

    Total tonnage recorded a 20.1-hike in November 2009.


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