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What did Premier Li’s Asia-Pacific tour do for China’s trade, academic agenda?

What did Premier Li’s Asia-Pacific tour do for China’s trade, academic agenda?
Chinese Premier Li Qiang visited New Zealand, Australia and Malaysia, with attention centring around exchanges between Beijing and Canberra.

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Chinese Premier Li Qiang recently visited New Zealand, Australia, and Malaysia, focusing on strengthening partnerships in the Asia-Pacific region. While New Zealand and Malaysia have a more relaxed approach towards China, Australia is seeking to balance security concerns and economic development. The visit has led to a warming relationship between Australia and China, with the possibility of lifting a ban on rock lobsters. Additionally, Australia and China have signed export and import agreements for various products. The Chinese premier also visited Malaysia, signing a deal to import durians and strengthening economic ties. The visit is seen as a positive step in maintaining trade and economic relationships between China and the Asia-Pacific region.

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