UK, China to hold joint trade and investment review

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UK, China to hold joint trade and investment review© Reuters. British Prime Minister Theresa May visits

(Reuters) – Chinese President Xi Jinping and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed to hold a joint trade and investment review as the first step towards delivering an ambitious future trade agreement after Brexit, May’s office said.

“The said that, once Britain leaves the , we will be free to strike our own trade deals,” May’s office said.

May “pointed to the joint trade and investment review which will now take place as the first step towards delivering ambitious future trade arrangements,” said.

Xi and May agreed to hold more talks on China’s Belt and Road infrastructure initiative and the two leaders spoke about the importance to it of international standards and transparency, May’s office said.

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Xi said China’s markets would be further opened to the , including in sectors such as beef, dairy and other agricultural goods.

May said business deals worth at least 9 billion pounds ($12 billion) were expected to be signed during her three-day trip.

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