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China and UK sign $2.2bn trade deals


Britain and China have announced a series of trade deals worth $2.3bn during a visit to London by Wen Jiabao, the Chinese premier, who batted away questions about his country's human rights record.

Wen and David Cameron, the British prime minister, signed the deal on Monday following a series of talks with ministers from both sides at Downing Street.

Cameron said that he was "delighted" to introduce the new deals, as they signal the beginning of a plan to increase bilateral trade to $100bn by 2015.

"To achieve that, both countries must continue to make the case for mutual commitment to market access," Cameron said.

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