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US elections 2020

China seeks to work with next US president, but mocks poll 'farce'

Trump's claim of fraud reminds Indonesians of elections at home

SHANGHAI/JAKARTA -- Beijing is publicly calling for the next U.S. administration to work with China to put bilateral relations back on track -- whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden winds up as president.

At a news briefing in Shanghai on Thursday, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng said he hoped the new administration will uphold the spirit of nonconflict, nonconfrontation, and win-win cooperation.

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