Differences With China Becoming Harder to Reconcile, According to New Zealand’s PM Jacinda Ardern

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Dif­fer­ences between New Zealand and its top trad­ing part­ner Chi­na are becom­ing hard­er to rec­on­cile as Beijing’s role in the world grows and changes, Prime Min­is­ter Jacin­da Ardern said on Monday.The com­ments come as New Zealand faces pres­sure from some ele­ments among West­ern allies over its reluc­tance to use the Five Eyes intel­li­gence and secu­ri­ty alliance to crit­i­cise Beijing.In a speech at the Chi­na Busi­ness Sum­mit in Auck­land, Ardern said there are things on which Chi­na and New Zealand “do not, can­not, and will not agree”, but added these dif­fer­ences need not define their relationship.“It will …


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