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Beijing (China Daily/ANN) - China is to increase its investment in Greece's port industry, and deepen its economic ties with the southern European country as it struggles to clear its massive debts, Vice-Minister of Commerce Jiang Yaoping said on Friday. Will China Buy Up Greece's Best Assets?
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras headed to China on Wednesday, amid hopes that the world's second largest economy can revive one of the euro zone's most debt laden countries. Greek PM invites China to 'join Greece's success story'
Officials in Brussels and Washington may view China’s global shopping spree with alarm, as the Asian power house continues to buy up companies, sovereign debt, ports, and bridges around the world. But the Greeks are already dusting off the red carpet. Greece's Piraeus hire banks to advise on share issue - sources
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's second-largest lender Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT) has hired four international investment banks as advisers on its 7.33 billion euro (£6.2 billion) share issue, two bankers close ... China visit first step to Greece's investment return
The upcoming visit to China is the first step towards Greece's return to the global investment map beyond Europe, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said on Monday ahead of his departure for Beijing later this week. Research and Markets: Greece LNG Market Analysis and Outlook to 2020
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Greece LNG Market Analysis and Outlook to 2020 - Drive Fitch upgrades Greece's credit rating
Debt-hobbled Greece got a new morale boost Tuesday, with Fitch ratings agency upgrading its sovereign credit grade, a day after the country's European creditors backed the release of a new rescue loan ... Greece visa pledge attracting investors
A government initiative aimed at encouraging foreign investment by offering short-term residence permits to entrepreneurs from China, Russia and Arab states has reportedly fuelled strong interest, particularly from the Chinese market following high-level talks in Beijing and Shanghai by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras earlier this month. Greece Isn’t Turning the Corner
Judging from the markets and English- speaking news media this week, Greece’s damaged economy has finally turned the corner. I doubt it.