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Chinese premier Li Keqiang to discuss trade with British PM

16 June 2014 Last updated at 02:11 BST

The Chinese Premier, Li Keqiang, is heading to the UK on Monday for a summit meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron.

Mr Li is China's second most senior politician and - given the country's growing economic clout - trade and investment will be high on the agenda.

It comes as China is pouring more and more money into British infrastructure developments.

BBC correspondent John Sudworth reports from the faux-English village of Thames Town, outside of Shanghai.

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