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China's four-day state visit to the United Kingdom has concluded.
During his tour of Britain, President Xi met with the Queen at Buckingham Palace, signed off on billions of pounds-worth of trade deals, had a pint in David Cameron's local and met with football stars from Manchester City.
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The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have bid farewell to China's President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan at Buckingham Palace, where they have been staying since arriving in the UK on Monday.
The couple will be entertained by David Cameron and wife Samantha at his Buckinghamshire country retreat Chequers on the third day of the state visit.
David Cameron will entertain President Xi at his Buckinghamshire country retreat on day three of the Chinese president's state visit.
International affairs are expected to dominate talks at Chequers, including China's response to the rise of Islamist extremism.
Mr Xi and wife Peng Liyuan will bid a formal farewell to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, where they have been staying since arriving on Monday evening, before the president joins the Duke of York for a series of visits.
The couple will then head to Chequers where they will dine with Mr Cameron and wife Samantha.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping has said China attaches "great importance" to the protection of human rights.
Asking about human rights by a British journalist at a joint press conference with David Cameron at Downing Street, XI said China had found a path of development suited to the country's current conditions.
He added: "Looking around the world, there is always room for improvement.".
In reply to the question, Mr Cameron said a strong economic relationship with China was important so that other issues such as human rights could be discussed.