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made in China David Cameron's plan to build a northern powerhouse boosted by Beijing , the country's leaders using paying as wrapped up his four day visit to the UK with a trip to Manchester on a flurry of bilateral deals , I've seen very important politically and it's very important economically UK economy is is unbalanced towards the south and southeast in particular and politically the north is not an area where the conservatives do well so the more prosperous it becomes the better that political prospects become there Manchester is set to become the first UK city outside London offering direct flights to Beijing the Chinese capital's being airlifted into other sectors too with regional regeneration projects set patrician junction , state visit seen a royal banquets and a golden carriage ride , David Cameron's royale politique has been paraded to what's alright David Cameron and George Osborne of demonstrates is very pragmatic attitude , the Chinese visit they separated out the human rights concerns which they say they continue to press China over from the business concerns but I sang actually trying to come be on your best friends they say don't bite the hand that feeds you , Cameron Angie have agreed on financing a new nuclear plants almost forty billion pounds of business contracts to relax visa program for Chinese visitors , more investment the British government devours the more it might have to slip in criticism