Chinese investments in Greece to be boosted by new agreements


Greece is hoping to sign agreements for investments worth 6-7 billion dollars during the three-day visit of the Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang, which comes a year after the Greek Premier Antonis Samaras visited China.

This is the first visit to Greece by a top Chinese official for four years. Local media indicate that two thirds of the plannned investments relate to the shipping sector and mainly involve financing from Chinese financial institutions (mostly from the ...

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