China issues list of “wrongdoings” to U.S. during high profile diplomatic meeting | The World

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Beijing has highlighted so-called “wrongdoings” by the United States, issuing two lists during a meeting between top diplomats. They included demands for Washington to revoke visa restrictions and remove sanctions on certain government members and entities, as well as calling for the U.S. to stop “suppressing Chinese enterprises”. Peter Hartcher, the Sydney Morning Herald’s international editor, tells The World it’s a bold move by China.

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