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Relations with China dominate Asean meet

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PHNOM PENHAsean leaders _ particularly the Cambodian hosts _ were reminded yesterday that not everyone is on good terms with China. 

Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda described relations between Japan and China at the Asean-Japan Summit yesterday as ''difficult'', according to senior Thai official Sihasak Phuangketkeow.

But Mr Sihasak stopped short of saying the discussions between Asean leaders as well as China, South Korea, and Japan were ''smooth and decent''.

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