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China Inquiry: Stand up for sovereignty and economic independence

The Australian Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Trade and Investment Growth is inquiring into the 2018-19 annual reports of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), to understand the need for Australia to diversify its trade markets and foreign investment profile.

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.

Hurstville: Sydney’s real Chinatown

Hurstville, 16 kilometres south-west of the CBD, occupies a unique spot on Sydney's demographic map. With more than half of its residents reporting Chinese ancestry,...

‘Daigou’ buyers stocking suburban home warehouses with baby formula for Chinese parents

Suburban homes are being turned into makeshift warehouses as the overseas hunger for Aussie baby formula continues to grow. The Chinese market is being fed...

Chinese snap up more shares in Santos

Chinese private equity firm Hony Capital has increased its stake in Santos to 15 per cent by snapping up another 48 million shares in the Australian energy firm overnight.

Australia the canary in China’s coalmine: Bannon

Former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon says Australia ­delivered a historically important wake-up call to the US when it blew the whistle on the extent...

The complexities of cyber sovereignty in Chinese airlines over Australian skies

Recently on a trip to Shanghai, I was confused to find that as my plane lifted off Melbourne's Tullamarine tarmac, the internet services that...

Chinese buyer pays $7 million cash for Calamvale mansion after first open home

A Chinese buyer has paid a staggering $7 million cash for a house at Calamvale which was  on the market only one week. Selling agent...

This ‘democracy’ thing: China and Australia compared

Many Australians are rather proud of our "democracy", but how much more democratic than China are we really?Colin Cook considers. THE DEMONISATION of China in...

Australian coal prices cop a ‘belting’ as Chinese import restrictions spread

Australian thermal coal exports to China are under increasing pressure, with indications import restrictions are spreading to other key ports.

China’s clouded iron ore import outlook, points to downward price risk

The heat came out of China's iron ore imports in April, with vessel-tracking and port data suggesting a decline of several million tonnes from...

Chinese investment in Australia falls as political debate hits confidence

Chinese direct investment in Australia has declined, according to a new report by the University of Sydney and KPMG. In 2017, the value of investment fell...