Online Forum for Chinese Investors Interested in Greece on April 22

ATHENS — An online forum to brief Chinese investors about investments in Greece will take place on April 22, and will be addressed by Greek ministers and China's ambassador to Greece.

The 2nd Invest in Greece online forum is organized by the Belt and Road Associates and is titled "Invest in Greece 2021 Forum: Greece – The Hub in the Southeastern Mediterranean – Entry into the European Union". It will be held under the auspices of the Development & Investments Ministry, the City of Athens, and the China Chamber of Commerce to EU (CCCEU).

Addresses will be delivered by Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis, Alternate Minister Nikos Papathanassis and China's Ambassador to Greece Zhang Qiye. It is also supported by Chinese companies in Greece, such as Cosco (Piraeus Container Terminal), Bank of China, and ZTE, and will be addressed by their officials as well.

So far, organizers said, there have been over 500 registrations, most of whom are based in foreign countries, especially China.



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