London's maritime services firms are closely watching for new business opportunities created by China's Belt and Road Initiative.
President Xi Jinping's visit to the United Kingdom in October may be less problematic than his current trip to the United States, if media reports in both countries are anything to go by.
President Xi Jinping's visit to United Kingdom next month may be less problematic than his current trip to the United States, if media reports in both countries are anything to go by.
The UK and China are increasingly cooperating in the field of creative industries and innovation, say experts at the First China-UK Design Forum, held in London's Victoria and Albert Museum on September 22.
China's leading high speed company China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation is making significant inroads into the UK market as the British chancellor George Osborne opened the bidding process for Britain's High Speed 2 project.
More than 5,000 British students will be taught Mandarin in schools, after a 15 million US dollar funding boost announced Wednesday by the British government.
The two sides signed 53 agreements including nuclear energy, railway and an expanded currency swap line during George Osborne's visit to China.
Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong says that China and UK will further deepen cooperation in the field of radio, film and television.
Increased Chinese involvement in the United Kingdom's push for more nuclear power plants and high-speed rail is on track as Beijing and London synergized their own strategic plans at a keynote dialogue in Beijing.
China and the United Kingdom are exploring the launch of a stock trading link between the Shanghai and London stock exchanges, highlighting the strong desire on both sides to strengthen cooperation in the capital markets.
China and Britain have reached 53 agreements ranging from nuclear energy, high-speed railway to an expanded currency swap line during the 7th China-Britain Economic and Financial Dialogue.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met Monday with British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, in China for the seventh China-UK Economic and Financial Dialogue (EFD).