China seeks prosperous post-Brexit UK

Britain’s vote to exit EU adds new uncertainties to global economy at a time when China faces downward pressures, Premier Li Keqiang said at the World Economic Forum.

Britain’s vote to exit the European Union has added new uncertainties to the global economy at a time when China faces persistent downward pressures, Chinese premier Li Keqiang said at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin on Monday.

But it is no reason to cut business links with the UK.

Last week’s British vote has already impacted global financial markets and a “fundamental solution” to ensure a stable global economy is required, Li told the WEF, dubbed the “Summer Davos” in the northeastern coastal city of Tianjin. 

“We would like to see a united, steady...

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