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China optimism pushes ASX-listed miners higher

Gains in the sharemarket's two largest sectors, financials and materials, sparked an intraday rebound on Tuesday but weren't enough to push the ASX into the black.

Opportunities for business in China’s One Belt One Road

The federal government's lukewarm response to China's massive One Belt One Road infrastructure plan should not deter Australian businesses from coming up with their own comprehensive engagement strategies.

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 banks beat the Americans in the corporate lending game

The 23 per cent surge in corporate lending by Chinese banks in Australia over the past the year is a sign of their growing...

Chinese SOE lines up for Loy Yang B power staion

As the owner of Loy Yang B and its adviser, Rothschild, start assessing bids for the coal-fired power station, the sale has taken an...

Chinese buyers snap up storied Double Bay hotel

Sydney’s wealthy eastern suburbs are attracting a host of aggressive Chinese development and investment groups seeking to cash in on the rising demand for...

From student to drone swarms: how the Chinese Communist Party trains its cadres in...

In 2009, a student called Wang Xiangke came to the Australian National University as a visiting PhD scholar. It was a year after the Olympic torch...

China dispute would hit enrolments

A western Pacific diplomatic incident could help trigger the “perfect storm” that jeopardises Chinese enrolments and brings Australian research to its knees. University of Queensland...

Australian Dollar Remains Vulnerable To China Data

Fundamental Australian Dollar Forecast: Bearish The Australian Dollar can look to a central bank decision and official GDP data this week But Aussie monetary...

Chinese student Zhengxiang Wang to be deported after serving six months for machete attack

A JILTED lover who used a machete to attack a man he believed had slept with his girlfriend will be deported to China after...

Chinese investment in residential housing slowing: FIRB adviser

Inward Chinese investment in Australian residential real estate has started to slow but interest in the purchase of agricultural ­businesses and farms shows little...

Australia’s largest maritime exercise underway with China participating for first time

The Australian naval fleet commander has called on his counterparts — including those from China — to respect "freedom of navigation" and promote "free...