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British PM Gordon Brown visits China 
Hu calls for more Sino-British co-op
Chinese President Hu Jintao called for more Sino-British exchanges and cooperation when meeting with visiting British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Friday.
British FM: Britain to continue co-op with China despite of differences
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said on Saturday Britain would continue to work together with China in cooperation on trade, environment, and dealing with major international issues despite of differences with China in human rights.
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• Top Chinese legislator: China-Britain ties make substantial development
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• British minister: China's progress in human rights should be applauded

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• Events of Sino-British relations
• Gordon Brown

Profile of Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown
Agenda in China
• Arrive in Beijing on 18 January
• Meet with Chinese leaders and hold talks
• Attend the signing ceremony of the agreements between the two countries
• Hold press conference and meet business representatives
• Exchanges with Chinese public
• Visit Olympic sites
• Leave Beijing for Shanghai
• Hold press conference in Shanghai
Events of Sino-British relations
• The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland recognized the People's Republic of China in 1950.
• The two sides reached an agreement to exchange charges d'affaires on 17 June 1954.
• The two sides signed the Joint Communiqué on the Agreement of the Exchange of Ambassadors on 13 March 1972.
• British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher paid a visit to China in September1982.
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