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Xi's visit carries promise of closer Sino-Greek political, economic ties
The visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Athens led to the signing of wide-ranging agreements on Monday, a move the Greek government hopes will mark the start of a new era in relations with Beijing.
A total of 16 agreements were signed, ranging from MoUs on the export of Greek saffron and kiwi fruits to China, to the opening of a Bank of China branch in Athens, a representation office of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China in Athens and an ...
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