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Premier Li meets Australian counterpart

Updated: Apr 14,2016 7:34 PM

Premier Li Keqiang held an annual meeting with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Beijing on April 14.

The two sides agreed to take advantage of the China-Australia free trade agreement dividend. They also agreed to dock development strategy the fields of innovation and the promotion of cooperation in production capacity, new energy, and e-commerce.

China and Australia will both witness a signing of agreements in innovation, tourism, industrial park and mining.

Turnbull, leading a business delegation, visited Shanghai and is currently visiting Beijing.