Greece-China: Antonis on a business trip
17 May 2013
There, you see the Great Wall?
That's the unemployment queue, Mr Samaras! It has reached China!
During his official visit to Beijing from May 14 to 18, the Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras signed a series bilateral trade agreements with the Chinese authorities, and added that China would be able to use his country as "a gateway" for investment in Europe.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has meanwhile discussed doubling bilateral trade by 2015, starting with investment in Piraeus port. In other news, Fitch has revised the Greek debt rating from CCC to B-.