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Investments: China eyeing master plan for Greece
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is expected to visit Athens in mid June this year, in order to rejuvenate economic ties between China and Greece as Capital.Gr website reports today.
China already has business interests in Greece and has been praised for turning around the fortunes of the Greek port of Piraeus, managed through its state-owned shipping giant Cosco.
Greece is hoping that the official visit of the PM will attract Chinese investments in as the country is interested in finding a gateway entrance into the European Union. There also has already been tremendous interest both in the regional ports in order to increase the Chinese presence in the main Greek port, but also in regional airports and real estate investments. Taking over or even constructing peripheral airports is on the agenda too, as the aim is to further develop the cargo and logistics services.
The visit of Li Keqiang will take place after the International exhibition for Shipping industry in Greece, Posidonia 2014, which is the world's most prestigious maritime event and will take place during the first week June. 


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