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Tsipras faces challenge in turning promise of China trip into reality
The week in Greek politics has begun with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras getting back down to domestic affairs, such as the pending vote on the changes to the electoral law, but the significance of his trip to China last week continues to resonate.
Although the government may not necessarily yet be adept at attracting foreign investment, it has shown a gradual realisation of the importance in bringing money from abroad to Greece. This has been emphasised by the completion of several privatisation ...
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