What does Australia export to Greece and what percentage of total imports to Greece does this represent?
It seems Australia exports a number of things to Greece, although Australia is not one of Greece’s major trading partners. Greece buys about 50 million American dollars worth of goods a year, but they sell about 138 million American dollars in goods a year. The chief imports from Australia to Greece are: crustaceans, milk and cream, starches, inulin, wheat gluten, zinc ores, and medicaments (including veterinary). It’s all outlined at this link.
As a percentage about .1% of Greeces imports come from Australia, that’s point one percent not one percent. Almost makes you wonder why they even bother.