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Ardern says differences with China harder to reconcile

New Zealand faces pressure from allies for tougher line on Beijing

New Zealand's Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern said there are things on which China and New Zealand "do not, cannot, and will not agree," but added the differences need not define their ties.    © Reuters

WELLINGTON (Reuters) -- 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.

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