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Enterprise Greece: Greek-Chinese Trade Relations Provide Dynamic for Further Expansion

ATHENS — Greek-Chinese economic and trade relations are dynamic and will provide further collaboration of the shipping sector, among others, Foreign Affairs Secretary General and president of Enterprise Greece Ioannis Smyrlis said on Thursday.

He as addressing the Belt and Road Invest in Greece 2021 Forum held online under the theme "China and Greece: The New Silk Road".

Smyrlis cited the examples of Cosco's key investment at the port of Piraeus, the founding of a Bank of China branch in Athens, and the Belt and Road Initiative itself as examples of existing collaborations with China.

The head of the ministry's export agency said Enterprise Greece facilitates bilateral trade and investments in several sectors, including tourism, real estate, agrofood, transport, and energy, among others.

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