Britain will continue to have a constructive relationship with Chinese companies working and investing in the country, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday
“But the strong ties between London and Beijing do not come at any price.
“We have a strong and constructive relationship with China in many areas but this relationship does not come at any price,” the spokesman told newsmen.
According to him, it has always been the case that where we have concerns we raise them, and where we need to intervene, then we will.
“We’ll continue to have a constructive relationship with Chinese firms working and investing in the United Kingdom,” he said.
He added that a review into the implications of the latest United States sanctions on Huawei will be completed shortly.
Edited By: Abiodun Oluleye/Isaac Aregbesola (NAN)
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