Paul Irwin Crookes interviewed by The New York Times about UK-China relations in light of Theresa May’s visit to China

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Paul Irwin Crookes was interviewed and quoted by The New York Times for an article that examined current and prospective UK-China relations as part of the background to Prime Minister Theresa May’s trade and investment visit to China. In the piece, Paul outlined the potential impact of the Brexit decision on the future trajectory for bilateral economic relations in different industrial sectors whilst also cautioning that the EU could continue to exert influence on Britain’s room for manoeuvre in negotiating trade deals with economies such as China, even after the UK leaves the bloc. The full article can be read here.