And you’ve never stepped foot there yet you know everything. Damn you’re dumb. I have honestly had enough of what you think, it’s clear you are just dumb.
Don’t waste your time. He just wants to hate, not learn.
Dont worry, i will never set a foot there. I dont want sponsor a regime like that.
It is not in Greece interest to use Huawei equipment. Infact its not in the interest of entire EU.
Greece joined the anti Huawei network
LOL and the CIA trolls two years ago were claiming how much more the west was dominating 5G rollout.
Then it was silence from those trolls here since they know they are wrong. Then they talked about coverage of density within small countries only.
Well the Greeks are very happy to take Chinese investments and money. So I guess this is all just your personal stance and good for you. It seems while you hold these opinions, Greek politicians hold very opposite opinions. Port in Athens cooperation with China and increased investments and loans over the years.
As for hyper corrupt one party dictatorship and circumstances like armenia and georgia? nah not really true at all. I don't see Armenian or Georgian tourists and international students spending billions overseas or their people enjoying the same literacy rates, infrastructure, employment rates and so on. Visit China and you'll know but you aren't interested in really truly opening your mind just spreading same old nonsense.
Chinese factories and working conditions are leagues above Armenian and Georgia. China's per capita GDP is twice those countries and this is with heavily devalued RMB. If RMB is properly valued, it would be many times higher but that would lower exports.
Comparing Armenia and Georgia to China is like comparing Somalia to Greece and saying Greek citizens live like Somalians. It can be said in the English language but it doesn't make it even remotely true.
Hyper corrupt? Also not true. Corruption exists in every country. But Chinese corruption is called the ultimate corruption by western losers lol. In fact the reason why Chinese people are on average much wealthier and growing in wealth is because of lower levels of corruption even if that exists of course.
One party dictatorship? Well you clearly do not understand China at all. China has local democratic systems in place. President is not a dictator. Congress has more power than president are you surprised? The People's Congress has a very complex system and structure that maybe one or two western academics actually really bothered to study and understand.
Where the west fails and loses is because it doesn't bother to understand reality. It believes in some things and runs with it. Reality and understanding it is more important than what people believe and what the ignorant ones say to each other. They are of relatively little consequence compared to what is true. For example one party dictatorship is such a loaded one. CCP cannot be compared to African one party dictatorships. The results are clear enough through decades of turbulent and different circumstances.
China is a one party state however. That is certainly true. And it's also true the state holds much more power over things than western ones. This is not good or bad in absolute terms. It depends. You don't like it, well they don't care lol Just guess you should say you're glad you're not a Chinese citizen and let them be them. You bitching about it like a little girl is just too funny and shows how butthurt you are about China.
We take the money, beside that we block China out.
We also joined the support for sanctions against chinese regime
Anti chinese sentiment is nowhere rising as fast as in Greece
China has engaged in a long-term game regarding Greece, which Beijing still sees as a valuable hub in Europe, despite recent turnarounds, writes Philippe Le Corre.
Following Covid-19, this narrative no longer holds. First, the Greek public –including those working in the shipping industry- is more interested in real action and jobs.
Second, China’s attempt to present itself as a benefactor in the early times of the pandemic has translated negatively.
In April 2019, coverage in the Greek media monitored by Kapa Research, a local pollster, found that 44% of Greek respondents blamed China for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Public euphoria since the original 2016 Piraeus deal has been replaced with scepticism, if not outright opposition.
Many Sino-Greek business deals have been interrupted or cancelled, including a joint development around the Hellenikon airport, the sale of Ethniki Asfalistiki, Greece’s largest insurance company or the privatisation of Greece’s railway operator TrainOSE.
In all these cases, Chinese companies were left out. Wary of regional security issues with Turkey, Mitsotakis himself has realised how much Greece needs the United States and the EU, while China has little to offer in terms of security.