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China-Australia relations: ‘crude’ meddling and disrespect ‘poisoned’ ties, says Beijing, after latest ban

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has labelled Australia’s perceived interference in its domestic affairs as “crude”, saying its meddling and disrespect for Chinese sovereignty has damaged the bilateral relations between the two countries, a day after it banned imports of logs from a second Australian state.Providing more insight into the Chinese government’s position on the conflict that has escalated over the last seven months, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin on Thursday said Australia’s excessive public…

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China has labelled Australia’s perceived interference in its domestic affairs as “crude”, saying its meddling and disrespect for Chinese sovereignty has damaged the bilateral relations between the two countries, a day after it banned imports of logs from a second Australian state.Providing more insight into the Chinese government’s position on the conflict that has escalated over the last seven months, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin on Thursday said Australia’s excessive public…

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