China's Premier Li Keqiang (C) speaks to Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L), as they prepare to attend a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 20, 2017. / AFP / WANG Zhao
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Visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met his Chinese counterpart Monday and called for efforts to promote global stability, amid political turmoil back home.Netanyahu was accompanied by 90 businesspeople – the largest Israeli business delegation ever to visit China, according to Chinese state broadcaster CGTN.They met executives from some of China's largest corporations including Internet giants Baidu and Alibaba, said a statement from the Israeli prime minister's office.But the economic mission has largely been overshadowed by a dispute that erupted between the prime minister and a key coalition partner just before his arrival in China.
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