Argentina–China relations

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Argentine-Chinese relations
Map indicating locations of China and Argentina


Argentine President Mauricio Macri and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Argentine-Chinese relations are foreign relations between Argentine Republic and People's Republic of China. Both countries established diplomatic relations on March 19, 1972. Until then Argentina only recognized the Republic of China.

Argentina has an embassy in Beijing and 2 Consulates-General in Hong Kong and Shanghai. China has an embassy in Buenos Aires.

In March 2016, the Argentinian Coast Guard sank a Chinese fishing vessel which entered Argentinian waters illegally. No casualties or injuries were reported.[1]

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