"So you’re a city banker, you’re in your 50's and suddenly the floor drops from under your feet. A national economic collapse has taken your job and has dramatically narrowed any prospect of you getting another one. Your savings are evaporating fast, city costs are biting and social security offer not much more than $80 Euros a week and even then you’ll have to meet a strict raft of conditions."
Thessaloniki banker Kostas Bozos went back to basics. He returned to his family village for an education in farming from his ageing father and then on to a local agricultural college to finesse those skills into winemaking and marketing.
'The Odyssey' Foreign Correspondent
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