Sicilian oranges arrive in China to mark China-Italy pact

To mark the new trade agreements signed by Italy and China, the first 40 tons of Sicilian oranges left from Sicily destined for Ningbo, in Zhejiang. The move follows the […]
Tue 26/03/2019

To mark the new trade agreements signed by Italy and China, the first 40 tons of Sicilian oranges left from Sicily destined for Ningbo, in Zhejiang. The move follows the visit of Chinese President, Xi Jinping, to negotiate Italy’s involvement in China’s Belt and Road Project.

Moreover, there has  been a cooperation agreement signed between the port of Trieste and the Chinese group China Communication Construction Company as a gateway in and out of Central Europe for trade with China.