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Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived in China for a 2-day visit at the head of a UK business delegation.
The PM has been accompanied by the Chancellor of the Exchequer and other ministers as well as a group of 50 business and education leaders as part of a drive to increase trade between the 2 countries.
Mr Cameron has held talks with the Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao and will meet President Hu Jintao tomorrow before continuing to South Korea for the G20 Summit.
During the trip he also announced the names of the Coalition Government’s new Business Ambassadors, who will promote the UK’s excellence in overseas markets.
Read more: PM leads largest ever trade delegation to China.
9 November 2010
Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street
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