China hails Greece as “gateway to Europe”

China focuses on creating Wealth not war.

Once they control the ports they will make it the gateway to Europe.



Euronews
20 June 2014

China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang has begun a three-day visit to Greece to sign trade and investment deals.

Accompanied by his Greek counterpart Antonis Samaras, Li visited the country’s largest port of Piraeus to inaugurate a rail link that will transport goods to central Europe.

Chinese and Greek officials are signing 19 deals worth an estimated 4.5 billion euros.

Among the key agreements is one for boosting trade and investment cooperation, as well as a deals for Chinese bank loans to go towards various construction projects, such as shipyards and solar energy parks.

There were also deals aimed at boosting Greek exports of olive oil, wine and marble.

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