China, UK to Sign $13 Billion in Deals on Theresa May Trip
China and the U.K. will sign $12.8 billion worth of business deals covering construction, finance, agriculture and technology, as British Prime Minister Theresa May makes her first state visit to the country accompanied by a 50-strong business delegation.
After stopping in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, where she announced educational cooperation programs, May went to Beijing on Wednesday evening to meet top Chinese leaders.
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