Greek commercial fleet unaffected by crisis

The Greek commercial fleet continues to grow and seems to live a life of its own compared to the country's financial downturn.

The Greek commercial fleet, the biggest in the world, seems untouched by the country's deep financial woes. According to the latest update from analysts Petrofin Research, the number of Greek-owned ships is at the same level as back in 2009, with a total of 4,573 ships in 2013, writes Hellenic Shipping News.

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