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Chinese investment in Australia plunges to record low

Chinese investment in Australia fell by over 61% in 2020, according to new data from the Chinese Investment in Australia Database (CHIIA) at the ANU.

To the editor: Our economy intertwined with China

Oh well, Katter has an opinion, writes C. Wright of Canberra. Our economy is intertwined with China. Australia and China have a history of mutual benefit.

Letter to the editor: ‘We can live without China’

"We can live without China; the proof is in the pudding" argues Bob Katter, Kennedy MP, and says there are other markets in Asia to focus on.

Pandemic plan ‘circuit breaker’ for Australia-China relations

Working together to solve the global health and economic challenges caused by COVID-19 could act as a “circuit breaker” for the failing Australia-China political relationship, a new report argues.

Chinese investment in Australia plummets

Chinese investment in Australia dropped by over 47%, from $4.8 billion in 2018 to $2.5 billion in 2019, according to new data released by The Australian National University’s Chinese Investment in Australia (CHIIA)...

Huawei and Raiders end near-decade sponsorship deal

Due to the “continued negative business environment”, the Canberra Raiders’ major sponsor Huawei have today announced 2020 will be its last year supporting the NRL club. The Chinese technology giant has been the...

China’s warnings of racism rejected as ‘disinformation’

Australia's Foreign Minister, Marise Payne, has rejected Chinese government warnings its citizens should reconsider visiting Australia because of racism as disinformation.

Payne denounces pandemic disinformation campaigns

Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has denounced the targeted spread of coronavirus disinformation by international players, including the Chinese Communist Party and Russia.

Australia calls for action on wildlife wet markets

At the virtual G20 meeting of Agricultural Ministers on 21 April, Australia has called for international experts to scrutinise wildlife wet markets.
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