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Greece-China Agree for a Transparent Real Estate and Golden Visa Market

ATHENS — The Chamber of Greek-Chinese Economic Cooperation and the president of the Athens-Attica Real Estate Agents Association are planning to sign a Permanent Cooperation Agreement for an organised and transparent Greek-Chinese Real Estate and Golden Visa market, according to an announcement of the chamber on the occasion of what was mentioned in a recent web seminar organised on: "The opportunity of the Golden Visa for business developments in Greece."

According to the announcement, the president of the Chamber of Greek-Chinese Economic Cooperation, Fotis Provatas, and the president of the Athens-Attica Real Estate Agents Association, Eleftherios Potamianos, stated that, as part of their cooperation, the chamber promised to immediately accept 20 members of the association with priority based on the submission of the relevant request by the interested parties, adding that 12 companies have already expressed their interest.

Next week, after the approval of the competent bodies of the two entities, the Permanent Cooperation Agreement of the two parties will be officially signed and announced.

"The opportunities that open up for the Greek-Chinese real estate market and the already intensely rekindled interest of Chinese investors in Golden Visa in Greece, as soon as free access to our country reopens, were the main topic of dialogue at the seminar," the statement said.

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