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Australia has 'no intention' to hurt China ties

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Australia has 'no intention' to hurt China ties

Australia has 'no intention' to hurt China ties

The United States and close ally Australia held high-level talks on China and agreed on the need to uphold a rules-based global order, but the Australian foreign minister stressed Canberra's relationship with Beijing was important and it had no intention of hurting it.

Gloria Tso reports.


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