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Research unis rely on Chinese fees

One out of every six dollars used to run Australia’s oldest univer­sity comes directly from tuition fees paid by Chinese students, an HES analysis...

Australia and the U.S. Are Old Allies. China’s Rise Changes the Equation.

Leaders of the Australian Labor Party, aiming to take power for the first time since 2013, are less friendly to the Trump administration; they embrace economic ties to China while appearing reluctant to be pulled too close in either direction.

Why Australia shouldn’t count on China for growth and profits

Counting on China to deliver endless growth and profits? Then you need to know about the news item last week announcing that a big international conglomerate was forced to sell one of its businesses in China.

New Zealand backs Taiwan joining the WHO despite China rebuke

New Zealand’s foreign minister has said the country has to stand up for itself after China warned its call for Taiwan’s participation in the World Health Organization (WHO) could damage bilateral ties.

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...

Huawei dominates high-level Australia-China talks led by Howard

The Huawei controversy dominated a high-level meeting in Beijing between Australia and China, in the wake of the dramatic arrest of Huawei executive heiress...

The dragon and the kangaroo: Australia’s China conundrum

Our region is in a state of dangerous flux, with territorial jostling in the South China Sea and temperatures rising on the Korean peninsula. Renowned...

$5.2m worth of Melbourne real estate frozen in money-laundering probe

More than $5 million worth of Melbourne real estate has been frozen as part of an investigation into offshore funds allegedly being laundered in...

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.

China’s internet erupts over Monash University’s drunk officials quiz question

Monash University's reputation in the lucrative Chinese student market has taken a battering after an online exam for business students claimed it was widely said Chinese government officials only tell the truth when they are drunk.

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...

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.