China says to work with new U.S. president to develop bilateral ties
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BEIJING (Reuters) - China said it will work with the new U.S. president to ensure the steady and sound development of bilateral ties.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang made the remarks at a regular news briefing on Wednesday as Republican Donald Trump moved to the brink of winning the White House.
(Reporting by Paul Carsten; Writing by Sue-Lin Wong; editing by Nick Macfie)
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