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China’s budding florists are heading to London to earn their floral wings

Britain is searching for an economic solution to Brexit. As it cuts ties with the European Union, the country’s brightest minds are trying to find a magic bullet to fix its fiscal woes. Cosying up to United States President Donald Trump? Embracing artificial intelligence? Or maybe cashing in on..

Reported by S.China Morning Post • Saturday, December 16, 2017

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