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UK's Cameron visits China

12-02-2013 17:12 BJT

British Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived in Beijing to kickstart a 3-day visit to China.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with his British counterpart David Cameron Monday morning, where already the two leaders have witnessed the signing of 10 cooperation agreements. Those agreements covered bilateral investments, technological innovation, as well as the financial and cultural sectors.

It's all about boosting trade and investment ties for Cameron's trip this time around. The British Prime Minister brought with him the largest UK trade delegation ever assembled boasting 120 executives from the country's top companies.

Cameron is scheduled to visit industrial heavyweight Hangzhou, Shanghai and China's booming western metropolis of Chengdu following Beijing.

Editor:James |Source: CCTV.com

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