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Crown 19 set to plead guilty in Chinese court

Crown Resorts staff including executive Jason O'Connor are expected to plead guilty when their court case is heard on Monday in Baoshan District Court, outside...

How basketball and soccer helped sell Australian wines to Chinese millennials

Catching the attention of Chinese millennials by sponsoring American basketball and English soccer might not seem the obvious way to promote Australian wines in China. But the tactic...

The ADF requests talk of a potential compromise by a Chinese drone be made...

DEFENCE chiefs have been grilled over a possible national security breach by Australia’s military through the use of a Chinese-made off-the-shelf drone. DEFENCE chiefs have...

Federal Government set to block Chinese company’s takeover of Australian gas network

A multi-billion-dollar Chinese-backed takeover of more than half of Australia's gas pipeline network looks likely to be blocked by the Morrison Government. Key points: Josh...

Chinese buyers on sidelines as national congress looms

Deal-makers have been closely watching the volume of Chinese money flowing into Australian merger and acquisition activity dry up and it’s unlikely to change...

Chinese investors pull out of Melbourne apartment market

Chinese investors are pulling out of Melbourne's apartment market, prompting a downturn. Key points: Melbourne apartment market expected to face a downturn Chinese investors are...

China must be told to stop interfering in Australian affairs

Monday night's episode of Four Corners lined up an array of academics, bureaucrats and politicians expressing alarm about China's attempts to influence Australia through...

Bitter pill for Blackmores boss as China turns sour

Last week vitamin company Blackmores lost 24 per cent of its sharemarket value in one day. On Tuesday it lost its chief executive Richard Henfrey and its ability to tell investors why he had gone.

Private Sydney: Chinese party dragons run out of puff

Back in 2015, it felt like a new Chinese gazillionaire was arriving in Sydney and setting up camp every other day. With their lavish mansions,...

Australia extends coronavirus ban on travel from China into fourth week

The Australian government has extended its ban on international arrivals who have travelled through China for a fourth week due to the novel coronavirus crisis, despite the increasing pressure on the economy and the start of the university year.

Here’s what Chinese online shoppers like to buy from Australia

Online shoppers in China have a high regard for Australian products, seeing them as safe and value for money. Australia, seen by Chinese consumers as...

China-US trade deal to affect Australian markets

A new trade deal between the US and China signed over the weekend will rapidly intensify the competition for key Australian exports into our biggest market.