Byrne hosts Leeds-China Investment Summit to boost investment in the city

by Liam Byrne | 01.12.14 | in: China

Dear friends,

 

I wanted to share a few photos from an exciting event which we held this afternoon here in the House of Commons.

We brought together Leeds business leaders, academics and politicians with a group of Chinese investors to make the case for further Chinese investment in Leeds.

I chaired the proceedings and we had presentations from a stellar cast of speakers,

–          Hilary Benn MP for Leeds Central    

–          Fabian Hamilton MP for Leeds North East

–          Rachel Reeves MP for Leeds West

–          Eric Hawthorn, LEP Board Member and Managing Director, Radio Design Ltd

–          Kersten England, Chief Executive, City of York Council

–          Lurene Joseph, Chief Executive, Leeds and Partners

–          Carol Yan, General Manager, Power Link Machine (UK) Co., Ltd

 

Presentations from the speakers can be found by using the links above.

 

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