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Australia ‘not naive’ about China as Li visit looms, says Chalmers

Australia is realistic about the challenges in its diplomatic relationship with Beijing, Treasurer Jim Chalmers said, as the country prepares for the first visit by a Chinese prime minister in more than seven years.

While ties between the trading partners have been on “more stable footing” over the past two years, the government was not “naive or unrealistic about the challenges of managing a complex relationship,” Chalmers said on the sidelines of the Morgan Stanley. Australia Summit in Sydney.

“It is our job to be involved, to do so in a meaningful and respectful way, to stand up for our national interest when necessary, but above all to manage that relationship in the interest of our people and our economy “, the spokesperson said. Treasurer said. “I think we’ve made good progress there.”

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