Summary: The China-Greece relationship is characterised by a great contrast between the growing negative perception of the Greek public opinion vis a vis Beijing’s presence in the Southeastern European country and a Chinese media assessment consistently praising the “Sino-Greek engagement over long-term Chinese investment”.
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