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Beijing says progress on China-Australia ties 'unsatisfactory'

Reuters Saturday, 3 August 2019
The progress of repairing China-Australia ties, strained over Canberra's concerns about Chinese influence in its domestic affairs, has been "unsatisfactory," said China's top diplomat after meeting his Australian counterpart.
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