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you can't finance minister George Osborne is going to trip to China right now hooking up tight with Reuters Pete Sweeney says that more than politics it's great not up to the British government whether there's a London Shanghai stock connected up to the London Stock Exchange , and that is , our room where the constituents are investors and mutual funds , so much easier for the British government to be bullish about the sort of thing for Beijing to be bullish about the sort of things on the LSE you know just trying to make money off of the transaction and so far the signs are that that's , but really risky proposition for the , well certainly China stand to benefit a great deal from this in terms of politically into , but only if the deal to success , arguably some the other pilot programs that have been kind of hyped as the big you know revolutionary reforms , the result has been like actually and more negative than positive now worries over whether or not this is the best idea doesn't seem to be bothering Osborne eagle about getting more Chinese investment in Britain laying out joint plans on Monday from currency swap to nuclear power