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Greece's EU membership helped lure some investors with the promise of working in a unified European market.

In 1992, a large Italian company, Calcestruzzi, bought a substantial share of Greece's major cement company, AGET.

Lignite, which is used for making energy in Greece, and bauxite, the raw material needed for aluminum production, are 2 minerals that are found abundantly in Greece.

Other mineral deposits include ferronickel ores, magnesite, mixed sulfurous ores, ferrochrome ores, kaolin, asbestos, and marble. Mining of metallic ores is concentrated in the hands of a few private companies.

Quarry production is divided among many small companies.

In 2000 mining output rose significantly, in contrast to its negative performance of the previous 2 years.

The Greek language has its basis in classical Greek and the language of the 21st century is quite similar to that which was spoken during the 5th century B. Athens has a population of 3,096,775 and is a bustling urban center.

Athens' suburban population stands at 748,110. Urbanization has been an important trend in the 20th and 21st centuries, yet more than one-third of Greek society is classified as rural.

Eventually, the PASOK government in the 1990s decided to embark on a continuing privatization policy in an effort to encourage foreign investment.

Investment by foreign companies is important, as it helps a struggling economy grow.

It expands an economic sector, brings new technology into a country, increases tourism, creates new job opportunities, and accelerates growth in other sectors of the economy.

The majority of Greek citizens are between the ages of 15 to 64 years (67 percent) with 15 percent of the population under 15 years of age and 18 percent 65 years and over.

About 98 percent of Greeks are Orthodox Christians, a religion that figures prominently in Greece's culture. Muslims comprise 1.3 percent of the population and the remaining 0.7 percent includes Catholics, Jews, Old Calendar Orthodox, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Protestants, and other faiths.