China-Israel: an ambiguous relationship

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During the Cold War, the People's Republic of China (PRC), combined
Arab countries refused to establish diplomatic relations with Israel.
This ostracism ended in the early 1990s, allowing relationships
bilateral to gradually develop despite mutual distrust
persistent, China maintaining close ties with Iran. By its small
population size, Israel is not a business opportunity
significant one for China, but a supplier of military technology
sophisticated useful to pursue its modernization program
armed forces. Israeli side, the PRC is a promising market for its
military and space industry and can influence in favor of their interests
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