The Atlantic Council is launching today the EconoGraphics series—a weekly take on important issues pertaining to the global economy. EconoGraphics, a project of the Council’s Global Business and Economics Program, aims to present complex economic and political ideas visually in a simple and intuitive fashion for policymakers and the media. Through this new medium, the Council will bring clarity to major global economic and policy developments, so that they can quickly be better understood by experts and non-experts alike. The Atlantic Council will use the expertise of its ten regional centers and functional programs to highlight issues from across the world and touching upon all areas of foreign policy.

A new EconoGraphic will be released each Tuesday on the Atlantic Council website and on Twitter using @ACEconoGraphics. Today’s edition addresses the changing nature of Greek exports to underscore the structural problems that the Greek economy is facing in the wake of the Euro crisis.

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