George Osborn, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, on looking to China to help Britain’s economic recovery:
"I’m keen on the British economy developing in a way that is more export driven, where there is more investment and a different model of growth than the one Britain has pursued in the last decade or so. Increasing our trade and exports to China is an important part of that. At the moment China accounts for only about two percent of our exports and I’d like to see that quite substantially increase."
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