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Joe Biden will be hoping to ease geopolitical tensions in today's meeting with counterpart Xi Jinping.
The two leaders will meet at 8am NZST in San Francisco at the APEC summit, marking Xi's first visit to the US in six years.
They're expected to discuss resuming military communications, the climate, and control of a fentanyl pipeline.
US correspondent Mitch McCann told Kate Hawkesby that US-China relations have been frosty in recent times.
He says tensions have been heightened over Taiwan and the South China Sea, as well as a claimed spy balloon being shot down earlier this year.
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