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Studio interview: Cooperation between China and Greece

10-03-2010 10:20 BJT

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And for more on Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to Greece, we're joined by current affairs commentator Professor Hua Shiping, who is a visiting fellow at Peking University. Hello Professor Hua.

Q1, Which areas of cooperation do you think China and Greece could enhance?

Q2, Greece is the first stop of Premier Wen's four nation European tour. Could you give us some background information about his trip?

 

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