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Europe's 'Nine' becomes 'Ten' -- with Greek ships, fruit, tomatoes
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Author: By John Yemma Staff correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor
Date: Dec 30, 1980
Start Page: 9
Pages: 1
Abstract (Document Summary)

Cheap, plump Macedon peaches and Crete tomatoes stacked high on produce stands in wintery Strasbourg, Brussels, and London. Greek furs on the racks at Parisian salons. The blue and white Greek colors fluttering over almost half of Europe's merchant fleet.

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