British PM May to Visit China in January

By Mei Manuel, December 23, 2017 03:12 AM

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On Wednesday, Sky News reported that British Prime Minister Theresa May is scheduled to fly to China around the end of January to discuss her vision of a "global Britain" which would strengthen the country after Brexit.

According to the report, May - alongside her delegation of business leaders from across the UK - will be flying to China around the 31st of January for her visit.

China is expected to be one of the countries which Britain hopes to partner with and sign a free trade pact once Brexit formally takes place. Sky News reports that the details of the visit have yet to be finalized and may change as the days pass.

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