Jiabao and Cameron
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PM signs China deals but urges respect for human rights

David Cameron has said China provides a "huge opportunity" for British business as he announced £1.4bn of trade agreements between the two countries.

After meeting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao for talks, Mr Cameron hailed what he said was a "deeper dialogue".

But he said political and economic progress must go hand in hand as respect for human rights was "the best guarantor" of prosperity and stability.

Emily Buchanan reports.

  • 27 Jun 2011