Mainland China is still a top investment destination for British firms, with 39 per cent of those surveyed saying it was their No 1 priority. Photo: Reuters Mainland China is still a top investment destination for British firms, with 39 per cent of those surveyed saying it was their No 1 priority. Photo: Reuters
Mainland China is still a top investment destination for British firms, with 39 per cent of those surveyed saying it was their No 1 priority. Photo: Reuters
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Geopolitical tensions fuel concerns for British companies in China, survey finds

  • Number of businesses looking to expand in the country has declined from 60 per cent last year to 44 per cent, according to poll
  • The worsening relationship between London and Beijing is among their top worries

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Mainland China is still a top investment destination for British firms, with 39 per cent of those surveyed saying it was their No 1 priority. Photo: Reuters Mainland China is still a top investment destination for British firms, with 39 per cent of those surveyed saying it was their No 1 priority. Photo: Reuters
Mainland China is still a top investment destination for British firms, with 39 per cent of those surveyed saying it was their No 1 priority. Photo: Reuters
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