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Australia has ‘painted itself into a geopolitical corner’ with China, but what is Beijing’s trade endgame?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Australia’s over-reliance on the goodwill generated by its free trade agreement with China to shield it from the ramifications of its political alliance with the United States could result in problems with Beijing for years to come, trade and foreign affairs experts said.The rapid deterioration in China-Australian relations is generally perceived to have been fuelled by miscalculations on both sides.While China has been accused of “punishing” Australia with trade blocks – such as anti-dumping…

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Australia’s over-reliance on the goodwill generated by its free trade agreement with China to shield it from the ramifications of its political alliance with the United States could result in problems with Beijing for years to come, trade and foreign affairs experts said.The rapid deterioration in China-Australian relations is generally perceived to have been fuelled by miscalculations on both sides.While China has been accused of “punishing” Australia with trade blocks – such as anti-dumping…

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