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Costs of Australia’s relationship with China are adding up

Even if it's not yet publicly spelled out, there's a growing difference of opinion between Australia's political and business leadership over China. Australian business leaders...

Australia’s China Choice

I had been longing for a visit to Australia, home to the Sydney Opera House and The Thorn Birds (my first taste of the Australian literature),...

China restricts Australian coal imports at its ports in a bid to boost domestic...

Dozens of vessels carrying Australian coal continue to be in limbo off the coast of China as restrictions on imports are introduced at key...

AMP bucks the trend with China pension push

AMP chief executive Craig Meller let the two executives running his China joint ventures make the opening presentations at the company's strategy day on Thursday.

Project Dragon and China’s attempts to reclaim money from inside Australia

China has recruited the services of former police detectives in Australia and other Western countries to help it recover millions of dollars in alleged "hot money" taken out of the country.

China’s credit crackdown is starting to bite and we won’t be spared

Should we be bracing for a coming China crash? Figures released on Monday clearly show that the Chinese economy is losing momentum as tighter financial conditions...

Australian tourism may suffer from Chinese investment restrictions

Australia's tourism industry could be hit by new Chinese government restrictions on companies investing overseas, the Turnbull government fears. The Chinese government ban on "irrational"...

The remarkable photo with Xi Jinping that helped Blackmores crack China

"That was an interesting moment in time," she said. "My honest view was you have to persevere and stay there and keep investing in the challenging times as well as the good times."

Australia examines China-led building bonanza

The country of the Great Wall wants to build more great things everywhere and Australia is weighing up whether to get a piece of the trillion dollar action.

Foreign Minister Marise Payne takes aim at China’s treatment of Uyghurs amid row over...

Australia and China established a human rights dialogue between high-ranking officials in 1997 and held 15 meetings, the last of which was in 2014.

Port Adelaide exceeds its expectations as Chinese focus begins to reap rewards

The man behind Port Adelaide's push into Asia is a former professional volleyball player who was secured from the South Australian Premier's Office. Andrew Hunter...

Chinese tourists won’t be weapons for much longer

A senior official at China CYTS Tours Holding Co. Ltd., a powerful state-owned Chinese tour operator, summarized the decision-making process: "How warmly a country treats tourists could also affect Chinese citizens' choices of travel destinations."