Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Imperial College London Wednesday.
Beijing and London secured deals worth about 40 billion pounds ($62 billion) during President Xi Jinping's first state visit to the UK.
China will continue to grow at a sustainable rate, and will not experience a hard landing, Chinese President Xi Jinping said at the UK-China Business Summit in London.
The London Taxi Company unveiled the new design for its next generation zero-emission-capable black cab in London on Wednesday.
President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan hopped aboard the world's first all-electric, zero emission double decker bus, developed by China's clean energy auto company BYD.
A carbon tax and a television training program were among a package of agreements worth 325 million pounds ($503 million) revealed on Wednesday.
Britain's travel and retail industries welcomed new measures that significantly relax visa rules for Chinese tourists.
President Xi quoted traditional Chinese and British cultures and bonds of the two countries in World War II in his speech at state banquet hosted by Queen Elizabeth II.
Chinese President Xi Jinping starts talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday afternoon at 10 Downing Street.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is paying a state visit to the United Kingdom, October 19-23, Meanwhile, recent news reports have disclosed that, London will issue billions of RMB treasury bonds.
Addressing in the Royal Gallery at Westminster, President Xi reviewed the historic relationship between China the UK by mentioning stories of past and present heroes from the two countries.