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Australia’s Victoria back in the spotlight for going it alone on belt and road agreement with China

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Eighteen months after the Australian state of Victoria signed a controversial memorandum of understanding with China supporting its Belt & Road Initiative, the four-page document is back in the spotlight.State Premier Daniel Andrews was publicly criticised by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison when he signed the memorandum of understanding (MOU) in support of the initiative in October 2018.It is the only state in Australia to sign a MOU, and Andrews has been accused of selling out…

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Eighteen months after the Australian state of Victoria signed a controversial memorandum of understanding with China supporting its Belt & Road Initiative, the four-page document is back in the spotlight.State Premier Daniel Andrews was publicly criticised by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison when he signed the memorandum of understanding (MOU) in support of the initiative in October 2018.It is the only state in Australia to sign a MOU, and Andrews has been accused of selling out…

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