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china at is not granted manufacturing market economy status. happyime minister is very but can he set off the family property? want tonister: we do support the industry in the potteries. we have tax credits and helping with apprenticeship schemes. not least to the energy intensive industry measures which are very important for the constituency she represents. the issue with market economy status is something different. even if they get that status, they can't jump steel products and other things into european markets. what we should be doing is making sure that we are driving open markets for us to sell to china. they are the ones with the massive growth in the middle class taking place. hundreds of millions of people joining that. many great products that should be sold in china. councilsle of wight said it would happen next year. would my right honorable friend confirmed the government's willingness to work with them over the coming months to help them to access existing sources of finance or find new ways to address the islands unique circumstances? minister: we are very happy to w
kidsgrove. these and tens of thousands of british manufacturing jobs are at risk if china is granted market economy status. the prime minister is very happy to sell off the family silver, but can he guarantee that he will not sell off the family crockery? prime minister cameron: we want to support industry in the potteries, and that is why we are helping manufacturing with tax credits and with apprenticeship schemes. we are helping with a whole range of measures, not least the energy-intensive industry measures, which are very important for her constituency she represents. that is what we want to see. the issue with market economy status is a separate issue, as i have said before. even if they get that status, it cannot dump steel products or other things into european markets, and it can be fined. what we should be doing is making sure that we are driving open markets for us to sell to china. they are the ones with a massive growth in the middle class taking place -- hundreds of millions of people are joining that -- and there are many great products made in stoke that shoul
industry. they are at risk if china is buanted manufacturingng -- mark economy. that's my first question. the prime minister is happy to sell off the family silver. can you guarantee you wouldn't sell off the family crockery? >> we want to support industry. that's why we're helping manufacturing with r and d tax , credi credit,t,impo apprenticeship any energygy intensive measures whie are important for the constituency she represents. that's what we want to see. the wish market economy status is a separate issue even if thek get that status, they can't dump steel products or other things into european markets and they can be fine. us what we should be doing is making sure we're driving open markets for us to sell to china. they are the ones with the massive growth in the middle class taking place of hundreds c ofhin millions of peoplea. join. and there are many great products made that should be sold in china. sir >> andrew turner. y >> the white council can balance the books this year but fear they will be unable to do so next year.ingne would my right honorable friendo confirm
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