UK And David Cameron Boost Ties To China As U.S. Looks On

A UK fund supporting China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) project was announced on Friday, with former Prime Minister David Cameron taking on a role as Vice Chairman. It is a private equity fund supporting UK-China relations, and looks set to boost ties between the two nations, as the U.S. takes a back seat.

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Author: Sara Hsu
Posted on: Forbes | 20th December, 2017

A UK fund supporting China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) project was announced on Friday, with former Prime Minister David Cameron taking on a role as Vice Chairman. It is a private equity fund supporting UK-China relations, and looks set to boost ties between the two nations, as the U.S. takes a back seat.
The fund will increase collaboration between the UK and China in the areas of technology, high-end manufacturing, healthcare, and other sectors. It seeks to assist British businesses in particular sectors to penetrate foreign markets, especially in China, reinforcing British support for the flagship Chinese endeavor.
Better UK-China relations
The fund is set to improve British relations with China, which have not reached the high marks under Prime Minister Theresa May that David Cameron strived for when he was in office. Under May, for example, several high-profile…

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5 thoughts on “UK And David Cameron Boost Ties To China As U.S. Looks On

  1. Pingback: “UK and David Cameron boost ties to China as U.S. looks on” | The Most Revolutionary Act | COMRADE BOYCIE: VIVA THE ANTI-TORY/BIG BROTHER REVOLUTION!

  2. Thanks Lara. The old one suddenly stopped loading properly the bottom half of old one stopped loading properly. It was all gray below the first paragraph box, which made the text difficult to read. I couldn’t figure out how to fix it. Happy holidays to you. Things are looking good here since it finally started raining. We’ve been having a terrible drought along with water restrictions (it’s summer here), and I thought I was going to lose everything in my garden.

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