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Chinese Buyers Helped Boost Australian Home Prices. Now They’re Leaving

As real-estate agent Adam Wong works through Australia’s worst property downturn in decades, he’s also found himself at the mercy of China’s slowing economy. In...

Cattle queen Gina Rinehart turns her focus to China with new deal

Last year, Gina Rinehart claimed the position of Australia’s cattle queen; now her agribusiness ambitio­n is firmly international, with plans under way to develop the nation’s live cattle trade into a $2 billion industry.

China’s plan to develop Samoan port a regional security concern

China is negotiating to fund the redevelopment of a coral-choked port in Samoa, in a move seen to have major economic and strat­egic implications...

Will Australia die by the Chinese sword?

THE Chinese economy is exhibiting some dangerous signs. Last time we saw this in America, it led to a global financial crisis.

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...

Australia is ‘sleepwalking into an era of unprecedented danger’, warns former ADF member Cate...

AUSTRALIA has been urged to get its head out of the sand amid rising global conflict, with a warning that we are “sleepwalking into...

Contract cattle kills sought by beef company, with sights set on Chinese supermarket trade

The demand for cheaper supermarket beef in China has prompted a new Australian joint-venture to directly source and process cattle for boxed export. While the...

Bellamy’s tipped to regain Chinese import licence

One of the men who sold Camperdown Powder to Bellamy's Australia expects Chinese authorities will quickly reinstate an import licence for the canning facility,...

Australian currency trader staff in Shanghai held hostage in alleged extortion attempt

Three Chinese and Taiwanese staff members from an Australian foreign exchange trading firm continue to be held against their will in a Shanghai office, in an alleged extortion attempt.

Australian journalists Bill Birtles, Mike Smith forced out of China

Two Australian journalists working in China have arrived in Sydney after a diplomatic stand-off in which police demanded interviews with both reporters.

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...

Fears Australian toddler caught up in Beijing’s ‘hostage diplomacy’

But Ms Wumaier has been repeatedly taken in for questioning by Chinese police and is being closely monitored.