A team of Chinese business bosses, led by the country's Premier Li Keqiang, are in Britain for the return leg of a trade boosting link-up begun by David Cameron last year.
The three-day visit is expected to yield business deals worth over £18 billion total.
Here are some of the deals:
- BP will sign a £5 billion deal to supply liquefied natural gas to China
- £120 million deal to reopen UK lamb and beef meat exports to China
- Nord Engine, a Chinese financial services group, will announce £150 million investment in UK and European small and medium tech businesses
- China’s largest private sector investment group, China Minsheng Investment Corporation, will announce a new European HQ in London with an investment of around $1.5 billion
- Royal Dutch Shell secured a new partnership with China's state-owned energy giant CNOOC
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