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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, left,  stands with Chinese President Xi Jinping, during the official ceremonial welcome for the Chinese State Visit, in London, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015. Chinese President Xi Jinping prepared to address Britain's Parliament and dine with Queen Elizabeth II Tuesday as he began a state visit that is intended to cement close economic ties between the two countries  but risks being overshadowed by concerns over Beijing's growing economic clout in Britain. Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron stands behind left with Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May. (Chris Jackson/Pool Photo via AP)
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, left,  stands with Chinese President Xi Jinping, during the official ceremonial welcome for the Chinese State Visit, in London, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015. Chinese President Xi Jinping prepared to address Britain's Parliament and dine with Queen Elizabeth II Tuesday as he began a state visit that is intended to cement close economic ties between the two countries  but risks being overshadowed by concerns over Beijing's growing economic clout in Britain. Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron stands behind left with Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May. (Chris Jackson/Pool Photo via AP)

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