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China-Australia relations: Canberra hits back at Xi Jinping’s ‘bullying’ remarks amid trade dispute

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese President Xi Jinping’s call for big countries not to bully the weak has exposed a “disconnect” between China’s behaviour and rhetoric, a top Australian minister said on Wednesday.Still smarting from punitive Chinese sanctions on a range of Australian products and a rumbling war of words between Beijing and Canberra, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg took issue with the communist leader’s altruistic-sounding Davos speech.Xi told the forum – which this year is being held entirely online – that…

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Chinese President Xi Jinping’s call for big countries not to bully the weak has exposed a “disconnect” between China’s behaviour and rhetoric, a top Australian minister said on Wednesday.Still smarting from punitive Chinese sanctions on a range of Australian products and a rumbling war of words between Beijing and Canberra, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg took issue with the communist leader’s altruistic-sounding Davos speech.Xi told the forum – which this year is being held entirely online – that…

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