Borissov: Bulgaria, Balkan neighbours should lure Chinese investment with joint infrastructure projects

Bulgaria and its neighbouring countries Romania, Serbia and Macedonia should propose joint infrastructure projects to attract Chinese investments in the Balkan countries, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov is to tell a meeting between 16 Eastern European countries and Chinese premier Li Keqiang.

Borissov is in China leading a delegation of seven Cabinet ministers and 36 business people and apart from meeting Chinese authorities is to attend a November 23 conference organised by the Invest Bulgaria Agency entitled “Invest in Bulgaria. Expand in Europe”. The Bulgarian business delegation includes representatives of firms in the agricultural sector, the wine industry, tourism, rose oil cosmetics and electronics.


On November 24, Borissov is to attend the fourth leaders’ meeting of China and countries from Central and Eastern European countries, focusing on the promotion of economic relations.

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