China set to invest £105 billion in UK infrastructure by 2025, with property one of the biggest recipients. Read the article in The Financial Times.

China is set to invest £105bn in British infrastructure by 2025, with energy, property and transport the biggest recipients, according to research.

The world’s second-biggest economy has already invested £11.7bn in Britain between 2005 and 2013, including a 10 per cent stake in Thames Water, Britain’s biggest water utility, held by the China Investment Corporation, the sovereign wealth fund.