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  • Australia
  • · Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will pay an official visit to Australia from March 22 at the invitation of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
    · During his stay in Australia, Li will attend the fifth annual meeting between Chinese and Australian prime ministers.
  • New Zealand
  • · From March 26, Premier Li Keqiang will pay an official visit to New Zealand at the invitation of New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English.
    · China and New Zealand have set a good example of cooperation between countries with different social systems since the establishment of diplomatic ties 45 years ago.
With the coming-into-force of the ChAFTA, there's been robust growth in the bilateral trade of agricultural products, services and two-way investment following a mining boom over the past decade. [Read more]
With the official launch of the China-Australia Year of Tourism in February at Sydney's iconic Opera House, Australian tourism chief said that one of the strongest ties between the two countries lies within the burgeoning tourism market. [Read more]

New Zealand and China had a wide variety of exchanges in almost every conceivable area in 2016, said New Zealand's Ambassador to China John McKinnon. [Read more]

More than a year passed since the signing of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA). It is increasingly clear that the landmark deal has facilitated bilateral trade and helped underpin bilateral relations.

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