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China-Argentina Ties Teeter on Financial, Trade Concerns

Argentine President Javier Milei (right) with his foreign minister Diana Mondino. Image:

Argentina is balancing a high-wire act in its relations with China — one of its largest trading partners and a crucial source of funding for Buenos Aires during its financial crisis.

Both sides seem to be taking a practical approach to their bilateral ties after Argentina last month elected right-wing Javier Milei, who had campaigned on fierce anti-China rhetoric.

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