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Beijing and Moscow have co-operative, tension-free and growing bilateral relations, as reflected in their 2011 trade of US$83.5 billion, while military co-operation has turned Russia into the single major supplier of advanced weaponry necessary for modernising the Chinese armed forces.

27 Feb 2013 - 4:55AM

Beijing and Moscow have co-operative, tension-free and growing bilateral relations, as reflected in their 2011 trade of US$83.5 billion, while military co-operation has turned Russia into the single major supplier of advanced weaponry necessary for modernising the Chinese armed forces.

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