Regional Development Minister Mihalis Chrysohoidis is due in Paris on Tuesday for a series of meetings with the French government, international organisations and businesses whose main aim will be to attract foreign investments to Greece.
The visit forms part of a series of initiatives seeking to bring in foreign investments and to promote Greek exports and to seek out know-how and expertise on making radical structural reforms to the real economy.

Chrysohoidis will have meetings with French Finance Minister Francois Baroin, the head of the French business association MEDEF Laurence Parisot, OSEO General Director Arnaud Caudoux, Organisations for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Deputy Secretary General Pier Carlo Padoan and high-ranking executives of French companies interested in investing in Greece.

He is also scheduled to address an event at the Greek-French chamber of commerce on investment opportunities in Greece.