The story: Iran and China have agreed to enhance trade and implement joint projects worth tens of billions of dollars. The understandings were finalized during a trip to Tehran by a Chinese delegation led by Vice Premier Hu Chunhua.
The trip notably comes less than a week after a backlash in Iran over a joint Arab-Chinese statement issued during Chinese President Xi Jinping's high-profile visit to Saudi Arabia.
The coverage: Chunhua met with President Ebrahim Raisi and First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber in Tehran on Dec. 13.
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