What Happened When Xi Met May?
What were the outcomes of the British PM’s visit and what does this mean for UK-China relations? The British Prime Minister Theresa May made her first official state visit to China recently. Her three-day visit comprised the largest ever delegation of British businesses to China and included events in Wuhan, Beijing and Shanghai. Was the visit a success? With Brexit looming, will China become Britain’s most important trading partner? Why hasn’t the UK officially signed up for the Belt and Road initiative? Attend this event to get some answers.
When: February 9, 8 am-9:30 am
Where: Intercontinental Hotel, No.1 Sanlitun Nanlu, Chaoyang district
Cost: 250 yuan, 200 yuan for BritCham members