New Zealand to stay true to values even amid growing differences with China, Ardern says

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday said her country’s differences with top trading partner China were becoming “harder to reconcile”, amid divisions between Wellington and its Western allies over how to manage relations with Beijing.Speaking at the fourth China Business Summit in Auckland, Ardern said that while the two countries’ differences should not define their relationship, their areas of disagreement were “part and parcel of New Zealand staying true to who we are as a…

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