Date
19 October 2017

Cameron to work for EU-China free trade deal, paper says

British Prime Minister David Cameron, who began a three-day visit to China on Monday, said he will push forward talks for a free trade agreement between the European Union and China after Premier Li Keqiang said last month Beijing will study its feasibility to boost bilateral trade to US$1 trillion by 2020, Shanghai Securities News reported Tuesday. China, which is not invited to join talks on the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership led by the United States, has been aggressively seeking economic cooperation with other regions, the report said.

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