UK-China Copyright Week 31 August – 4 September 2015 UK-China copyright week takes place from 31 August to 4 September 2015 and is the latest in a series of high level international events to promote and protect intellectual property across borders.
UK-China Copyright Week Invitation to attend UK to China copyright week (31 August to 2 September 2015).
David Cameron Welcomes Chinese New Year 2015 David Cameron recognises the rise and success of modern China and the UK-China trading relationship at a reception for Chinese New Year.
UK Overseas Intellectual Property Attaché Network Thinking of doing business in South East Asia, China, Brazil and India? Help and advice is available through our intellectual property liaison officers.
China accuses Nick Clegg of interfering in internal affairs over Hong Kong Deputy PM meets with activists over concerns Chinese plans could jeopardise Joint Declaration on Hong Kong handover.
UK-China summit: Global Economy Roundtable Number 10 press release.
UK and China – Premier Li visits Downing Street The summit takes place just 6 months after the Prime Minister’s trip to China and with bilateral trade at record levels – up by 8% overall in 2013.
China’s Li Keqiang speaks out against Scottish independence Asked about referendum at press conference, premier says that he wants to see a ‘united United Kingdom’.
Nick Clegg – China is ‘shackled to communist doctrine’ Downing Street distances itself from comments by the deputy prime minister as Li Keqiang travels to Windsor Castle.
Britain to relax visa rules for Chinese visitors Move follows complaints from Beijing and will be announced during visit by China’s premier, Li Keqiang.