Eitan Levi scoops Greek olives he bought for cash at a steep discount in his Tel Aviv deli on July 20, 2015. Greece and Israel have drawn closer over the last five years, but the faltering Greek economy has kept trade at a trickle. Levi said he only imported Greek olives, oil and feta cheese because there were few other products Greece made better and cheaper than other producers.
Eitan Levi scoops Greek olives he bought for cash at a steep discount in his Tel Aviv deli on July 20, 2015. Greece and Israel have drawn closer over the last five years, but the faltering Greek economy has kept trade at a trickle. Levi said he only imported Greek olives, oil and feta cheese because there were few other products Greece made better and cheaper than other producers. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy
Eitan Levi scoops Greek olives he bought for cash at a steep discount in his Tel Aviv deli on July 20, 2015. Greece and Israel have drawn closer over the last five years, but the faltering Greek economy has kept trade at a trickle. Levi said he only imported Greek olives, oil and feta cheese because there were few other products Greece made better and cheaper than other producers. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy

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