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Liverpool China Partnership

Liverpool China Partnership (LCP)
an award-wining organisation

LCP set up in 2015 to expand Liverpool and the city region’s business, academic and civic partnerships with China.

The organisation facilitates purpose driven relationships with China, and delivers expert guidance and support across civic engagement, trade and investment, health and education, culture and tourism, media and sport. The services it provides complement the activities of the UK Department for International Trade and other partner organisations.

LCP currently has 20+ member organisations from the public, private, higher education sectors. As well as covering the city region, the partnership has members from the Isle of Man, Cheshire and West Yorkshire.

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A Liverpool business leader responsible for strengthening the region's trade links with China is among those to have been recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list.
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Liverpool China Partnership was formed to expand, strengthen and deliver greater benefit for Liverpool City Region and lsle of Man‘s trade, investment, tourism, education, cultural, civic and other links with China.

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