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After the Fires, Australian Wineries Assess the Damage

For more than five months, bushfires blazed and smoldered along the southeast coast of Australia, burning millions of acres, destroying thousands of homes, devastating wildlife and shrouding cities in smoke.

Australia hangs back on China Silk Road plan

Nearly 70 countries have signed up to be a part of China's new Silk Road plan but Australia is yet to jump aboard the trillion-dollar gravy train.

Chinese authorities accused of intimidating Uyghurs in Australia

Chinese authorities have been accused of harassing and intimidating the Uyghur migrant community in Australia, amid a looming threat that family members could be detained.

Agribusiness delegation heads to China to improve industry ties

The Malcolm Broomhead-chaired Australia-China Belt and Road Initiative is poised to lead its inaugural agribusiness delegation to China this weekend, which is aiming to identify achievable, practical steps to further advance Australian-Chinese agricultural industry collaboration.

China deadline for dairy exporters of infant formula

The clock is ticking for Australian infant formula producers to complete a suite of new regulatory hurdles, in order to be able to keep...

China Australia: A marriage of more than convenience

The mutual dependency is undeniable: China has been Australia’s largest trading partner since 2010. Total two-way trade in the 2016 fiscal year was $A150 billion; Australian exports to China were $A86 billion.

Our economic destiny is China, not America

Ask the average Australian whether China or the US is the country's most important economic partner and you'll likely get a bewildered look –...

Government denies claims it knocked back Chinese climate change offer and reveals “join action...

The Turnbull government rejected a landmark Chinese invitation to issue a formal joint statement on climate change earlier this year, Greenpeace has claimed, saying...

China’s Tiananmen generation reflect on how Bob Hawke gave them a permanent Australian home

It's this personal history that is driving Mr Wang's current research, which is looking at the impact of Tiananmen Square on Australian migration policy and the massacre's influence on the perceptions of Chinese people in Australia.

Chinese still have a lot to learn doing business Down Under

Chinese companies are on a steep learning curve in Australia, says corporate adviser Alistair Nicholas, co-author of a report on Chinese investors in agribusiness that was launched in Beijing yesterday.

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."

Gina Rinehart ‘confident’ of winning Chinese approval for live-cattle exports: Hancock Prospecting

Mining magnate Gina Rinehart's company is confident it is only months away from winning Chinese Government approval to start exporting cattle to China. Key points: ...