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China not happy with Theresa May’s ‘unwanted accusations’ over Hinkley Point nuclear project

Buy-China-nukes-1China warns UK against ‘unwanted accusations’ over Hinkley Point Downing Street’s suspicions endanger ‘hard-won mutual trust’ between two countries, Beijing says. By , IBT,  August 2, 2016 China says it will not tolerate “unwanted accusations” over its investments in the UK after Theresa May’s government decided to review a controversial nuclear power project at the last minute.

A commentary published by the state-run Xinhua news agency on 1 August said Downing Street’s stance on Hinkley Point C risked damaging the “hard-won mutual trust” between the two countries fostered by Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Britain last year…

Xinhua warned that the “suspicious approach” towards China could deter other investors from investing in post-Brexit UK……..

August 3, 2016 - Posted by | China, politics international, UK

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