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Britain Holds Talks With China to Seek Investment After Brexit

  • May and Hammond to meet with Chinese vice premier in London
  • Talks following Visit to India dominated by migration dispute
Theresa May, Philip Hammond and Ma Kai in London on Nov. 9.

Theresa May, Philip Hammond and Ma Kai in London on Nov. 9.

Photographer: Carl Court/AFP via Getty Images

Prime Minister Theresa May and Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond are holding talks with Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai as Britain pushes for investment following the Brexit vote.

The so-called U.K.-China Economic and Financial Dialogue Thursday will cover trade, financial services, infrastructure and energy, with the government detailing a portfolio of potential investments in northern England for Chinese businesses, the Treasury said in a statement.