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LIMA -- "It was always surprising, because for me what was interesting was to see how China was developing outside its central zone, which is Beijing," Peru's former ambassador to China Luis Chang Reyes told Xinhua in an interview.

Chang said what impressed him most while traveling in China was seeing even remote areas of the vast country enjoy high living standards.

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OTTAWA -- "The Chinese side is utterly dissatisfied with and firmly opposes the issuance of Authority to Proceed by the Department of Justice Canada on the case of Meng Wanzhou," said a spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa.

The Chinese embassy Friday expressed its dissatisfaction with and opposition to the issuance of Authority to Proceed by the Canadian Justice Ministry on the case of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.

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BUENOS AIRES -- "Today, we can say that Argentina is at a better point than in 2015. Better doesn't mean that we are where we want to be, but that we have got out of the plight we were in," Argentine President Mauricio Macri said Friday while inaugurating the 137th session of the Congress.

Macri said that his country has recovered from the downturn and is doing better than in 2015, when he assumed the presidency.

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BEIRUT -- "It is sure that reforms cannot be completely performed in few weeks, but Lebanon must at least start with the urgent plans and changes included in the ministerial statement of the new government," French presidential envoy Pierre Dukan was quoted as saying by the National News Agency on Friday.

Dukan said that the international community will be highly alert about every step taken by Lebanon to make sure that the country is implementing all needed reforms to comply with CEDRE funds, local media reported. Enditem

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