Chinese investments in Southern Europe's energy sectors: Similarities and divergences in China's strategies in Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain
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KeywordsForeign Direct Investment; Foreign Portfolio Investment; China; Southern Europe; Energy sector; Renewable energies;
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