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Studio interview: Cameron's visit aims at boosting business ties between UK and China

12-02-2013 07:53 BJT

British Prime Minister David Cameron will arrive in China Monday at the head of a 100-strong trade delegation. The move represents a warming of relations between the two countries. Cameron will include in his three-day tour the Chinese capital, Beijing, and the country’s financial centre in Shanghai.

For more on Cameron's visit in China, joining us in the studio is Ms. Jin Ling, who's an associate researcher at the China Institute of International Studies. Welcome, Ms. Jin.

Q1: Cameron’s visit is just three weeks away from Christmas. Why did he pick this time to come?

Q2: What outcomes, especially the ones at state level, could we expect that the two sides would achieve?


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