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Wuxi is located in the central area of the Yangtze River Delta. It covers an area of 4,788 square km and has a total population of 5.84 million.

It exercises jurisdiction over the county-level cities of Jiangyin and Yixing.as well as seven districts of Chongan, Nanchang, Beitang, Xishan, Huishan, Binhu and Xinqu.

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Wuxi is the birthplace of Wu Culture, national industry and commerce, and township enterprises in China. It is an Outstanding Tourist City of China, a National Sanitary City, a National Garden City, a National Model City for Science and Education, and one of the Top 10 Most Competitive Cities in China. It is a city with characters.
 
 
 

 


 

BRUSSELS - Eurozone finance ministers had approved a second bailout deal for debt-laden Greece, averting its imminent default and temporarily putting an end to months of uncertainty that had overshadowed the eurozone, Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker said early Tuesday.

"After a meeting of at least 13 hours, we have reached a far reaching agreement on Greece's new programme and private sector involvement (PSI) that would lead to a significant debt reduction for Greece," Juncker said at a press conference after a prolonged meeting of eurozone finance ministers.

The bailout plan is estimated to amount to 130 billion euro ($172 billion) until 2014, aiming to bring down Greece's debt-to-GDP ratio to 120.5 percent by 2020 from the current 160 percent, Juncker told reporters.

"Greece will launch bond exchange offer in coming days. And given the balanced agreement reached with the creditor group led by the IIF and the fact that the package delivers debt sustainability for Greece, we expect a high participation rate," he added.

This second bailout package, designed by the "troika" of the International Monetary Fund, the European Union and the European Central Bank, will enable Greece to repay bonds of 14.5 billion euros ($19.2 billion) which come due on March 20, avoiding a default and a potential exit from the European single currency zone.

Private sector holders of Greek debt were expected to accept a reduction of 53.5 percent on the face value of their bonds as part of a debt exchange that involves about 200 billion euros ($265 billion), Juncker said.

The real losses of private Greek bondholders are expected to be deeper than the previous 70 percent, when they were offered a 50-percent haircut on their Greek bonds, analysts said.



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