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china silk road reduced as greece faces off with europe premierleague a chunk in brussels this week calling for a stronger eurozone and , greece to state in it on monday he told the china youth summit that beijing's ready to pump more money into european infrastructure , greece is an important part of china's plans abroad and lee says beijing is ready to play a constructive role in the country's future but does that mean athens can expect direct support reuters correspondent ben blanchard in beijing thinks not if china in in what i think would be extremely unlikely event that the chinese would , or for save billions of dollars in loans for the greeks and there probably will be a bit of a backlash of what people would say like why are we a developing country with a lot of poverty problems of our own going to our back up this country which is far away it's quite small arm and i think chinese people will say well aware of the issues that greece's hat with people retiring early people not paying taxes and for trying to really they might well c. s. has pouring in good money after bad china has had a keen interest in greece in recent years , state logistics firm cosco already runs part of greece's largest port beijing wants to up that control and even revamped the greek railway into the rest of europe but those plans will go nowhere fast if greece crashes out of the euro zone