New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has highlighted concerns about the ongoing differences the country faces with China.
In a speech at the China Business Summit in Auckland, Ms Ardern said there were issues on which China and New Zealand “do not, cannot, and will not agree”, but that those need not define their relationship.
Professor Anne-Marie Brady from the University of Canterbury says this isn’t the first time the New Zealand leader has raised the issue.
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