Greece is located in the southeastern part of the Balkan Peninsula overlooking the sea. With a long history and unique Mediterranean natural beauty, Greece attracts tourists from all over the world. At the first mention of Greece, we represent the Aegean Sea and the Olympic Games. It is unlikely that anyone would argue that it is precisely because of the famous Aegean Sea that it becomes a place where everyone hopes to travel. That is why tourism accounts for a significant part of Greece’s GDP and foreign exchange earnings.

Since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008, Greece has been embroiled in its largest debt crisis, but Greece’s economy remains the 32nd largest economy in the world. In addition, Greece is the 15th largest economy out of the 27 member states of the European Union. As a developed country, Greece’s economy mainly consists of 2 parts: the service sector and industry, while agriculture accounts for 3.0% of the national output. Tourism is an important industry: several million international tourists every year. Greece is ranked 7th among the most visited countries in the European Union and 16th in the world by the United Nations. The Greek merchant fleet is the largest in the world. Agricultural production is also developing in Greece, including fishing within the Union. As the economy develops to a greater extent in the Balkans, it can be said that Greece is a regional investor.

Greek businessmen are in need of translation latin to english services, now more than ever, to help them develop their businesses and expand into new markets.

No matter how small or large a country is, globalization has created a foundation for localization. The statistics are incredible. A Gallup survey of language preferences among Internet users in 23 EU countries showed the following:

Nearly 9 out of 10 internet users in the EU believe that all websites in their country should be available in the country’s official languages. 96% of those surveyed in Greece think that all websites should also have versions in other languages.

Translators play a key role in today’s globalized world community. They help companies and individuals overcome language barriers and communicate with their clients around the world. There is no globalization without linguists.

Greece needs to regain the confidence of foreign buyers and investors. The best way for Greece to get out of this difficult financial situation is to invest in ways to restore confidence in Greek companies and consumers. Localization is one of the best cost-effective solutions to achieve this goal.