trade between uk and china
• The UK had a small surplus with China on trade in services, outweighed by a deficit on trade in goods. • China accounted for 3.6% of UK exports and 7.0% of all UK imports.
Jan 30, 2018 · Trade between the UK and China already at record levels: Theresa May 4:56 AM ET Wed, 31 Jan 2018 The U.K. Prime Minister speaks to reporters in Beijing, China.
UK and China agree £14 billion of trade and investment deals £14 billion of trade and investment deals have been signed between UK and Chinese firms as the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang meets
Bilateral trade between China and the United Kingdom hit a “record high” in 2013, according to the Chinese ambassador to the UK, Liu Xiaoming. The state-owned Xinhua news agency quoted Mr Liu as
Nov 29, 2017 · China is a key business partner for the UK, with trade between our countries worth tens of billions of pounds every year.
Author: Foreign & Commonwealth Office
TRADE LINKS. China now represents the UK’s sixth-biggest export market, taking 3.6% of its goods and services. But some analysts characterise Xi’s visit as all one-way traffic, with a grateful
The value of British exports to China has skyrocketed in recent years, increasing by 108 percent between 2010 and 2016, according to British government figures. China is Britain’s second-largest trading partner outside the EU, while the UK is China’s largest investment destination in Europe. Meanwhile, Chinese investment into the UK has also grown.
UK-China agreement on trade in services is no substitute for a UK-EU deal. The UK government has high hopes that new trade deals with non-EU states will offer an economic boost after Brexit.
Economic relations between the U.K. and China have skyrocketed over the past 10 years, with Chinese investment in the U.K. increasing to $8.5 billion in 2014, up from just $510 million in 2011.
26 June 2011 – Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao visits London in order to plan out trade between the two countries which is worth billions of pounds. October 2013 – Britain’s chancellor George Osborne visits China to look at making new trade links. He says that the UK and China have “much in common” in a speech during his visit.
China is sweet on a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK as it looks to access British industries including tech. But the terms of Britain’s departure from the EU and Theresa May’s closeness to Donald Trump could be barriers to a deal.