The preference for Greek products and services is a top necessity today. This is not a vague ideology, but a common sense and practical application. The home economy is a circuit where producers (businesses) and consumers (citizens) trade. When consumers buy products from this particular domestic economy, producers (businesses) hire citizens (consumers) to meet the growing demand. When the latter with the income they earn buy new products from the same circuit, they create new demand for products and services, which in turn results in the recruitment of new citizens (consumers). This creates an upward economic cycle for the benefit of both sides and the state that receives more taxes and social security contributions.