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Australia must respect China if relations are to improve: Chinese envoy

Reuters Thursday, 19 December 2019
Australia must abandon criticism of China and see the development of its largest trading partner as an opportunity if bilateral relations are to improve, Beijing's ambassador to Canberra said on Thursday.
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