from The BRICS Post:
China and Britain renewed their commitment to target $100 billion bilateral trade by 2015, according to a joint statement issued in London.
At a bilateral summit, Britain welcomed Chinese investment in infrastructure such as transport and energy, particularly nuclear, high-speed rail, offshore wind power and photovoltaic projects, said the statement issued after the annual meeting between visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and his British counterpart David Cameron.
Britain and China have signed trade deals worth over $30 billion during Li’s trip.
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