Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (left) and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meet in Canberra during Li’s five-day visit last month to boost economic ties between the two countries. Photo: EPA

Australia Week in China won’t be affected by Canberra-Beijing tensions, officials say

Arrangements for annual business event still under discussion despite claims Australian officials were refused visas to enter China

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (left) and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meet in Canberra during Li’s five-day visit last month to boost economic ties between the two countries. Photo: EPA
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