UK prime minister does not raise concerns about overproduction of steel in first meeting with Chinese president
Theresa May did not raise concerns about Chinese overproduction of steel, which has been blamed for crippling the British steel industry, in her first meeting with China’s president, Xi Jinping.
During a half-hour bilateral on Monday, immediately after the G20 summit in the country, the prime minister avoided the controversial subject that overshadowed Xi’s visit to the UK last year at a time when the industry was in crisis. Thousands of workers at Port Talbot and other plants are still facing an uncertain future.
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