David Cameron has promised to create a “partnership for growth and reform” as he visits China on a trade mission with more than 100 UK business leaders.
The PM also pledged to put his “full political weight” behind a proposed EU-China trade agreement.
After talks with Mr Cameron, Premier Li Keqiang said the pair had agreed to “push for breakthroughs” on nuclear power and high speed rail.
Labour is to warn the PM not to compete with China in a “race to the bottom”.
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