That's one gross domestic product...
In September, Greece announces that its gross domestic product since 2000 has been revised upward by an unheard-of 25 percent. The secret to its newfound wealth?
A change in bookkeeping that adds in the nation's robust black-market industries such as prostitution and money laundering. But becoming "richer" turns out not to be as good as it sounds: The revised GDP figures cost the Greek government as much as $600 million annually in European Union funds earmarked to help poorer nations.