Today, Chinese Premier Li Qiang met with Australian Prime Minister Albanese on the sideline of the East Asia Summit. In the meantime, the China-Australia first high-level dialogue took place in Beijing. The increase in high level communications shows a thaw in bilateral relations, which has been reflected in China's growing imports from Australia.

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