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How China’s real estate bubble pushes up prices in Australia

It didn't seem a hotbed of revolutionary anger. It was one of the big, global conferences that usually are the domain of the powerful and...

China’s iron ore imports slump as port stocks build

China's iron ore imports have slumped 13 per cent to their lowest level in six months, as stockpiles at ports across the mainland remain at record levels.

Austrade China mission targets flight-training demand

Australia’s aviation training providers are trying to steal a march on rivals from the US and other nations in tapping China’s aviation boom. The Australian...

Chinese remain keen on agricultural invesment

Chinese investors and companies remain eager to invest in Australian agriculture, with vineyards, dairy and aquaculture named yesterday as the most popular sectors. The Agri-Investor...

Nuclear secrets and deadly coffees: A look at Australian fake news on Chinese social...

Like many people around the world, citizens in China are now getting much of their news from social media instead of traditional news outlets. Key...

NT businesses welcome Chinese investment despite reluctance over ‘new Silk Road’

Northern Territory businesses looking to grow in a slowing economy are turning to one of the biggest economic and geopolitical expansions the world has...

Chinese in Australia: How we are changing as a country

CHINA used to copy the world and now the world copies China. And far from being just a poor communist country, China is now a...

Attributing the hack on Australia’s parliament will give clarity to the China relationship

National security agencies are both cautious and forensic in their work on the attribution of cyber intrusions. This is about technical and operational integrity, as well as about ensuring they get the advice to Australia’s political leaders right.

Warning signals: China could bring us down

AUSTRALIA depends on China. Forget riding on the sheep’s back. We ride the dragon! But the thing about dragons is they breathe fire. We...

High expectations: Record-breaking prestige market pushing asking prices up

Brisbane’s record-breaking prestige market has raised sellers’ expectations of what their properties are worth but as Chinese buyers become locked out of the market, those expectations will have to...

Concetta Fierravanti-Wells says Turnbull, Bishop neglected concerns about China in the Pacific

Outgoing international development minister Concetta Fierravanti-Wells has accused Malcolm Turnbull and Julie Bishop of failing to back her up after she criticised China's aid...

Chinese developer Phillip Lee sparks ire of his Port Stephens neighbours with a quarry...

Chinese property developer Phillip Dong Fang Lee has again left locals in the Port Stephens area near his Bundabah property up in arms, this...