Fotis I. Antonopoulos thought that exporting authentic olive products from Greece would make a nifty online business. But it took him 10 months to get all of the permits and paperwork he needed just to open his firm. He says the strangest requirement may have come from the Athens health department, which wanted lung x-rays and stool samples from each of his board members because he'd be selling food products.
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