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Australia and China said they will work together to repair their bilateral relationship, tarnished by allegations that Beijing has committed cyberattacks and has attempted to interfere in Canberra’s domestic affairs.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met Sunday in Thailand ahead of the East Asia Summit, where both promised to try and improve the relationship worth more than 180 billion Australian dollars ($124 billion) in two-way trade last year.

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