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China-Australia relations: Canberra ‘should know’ how to improve relationship, Beijing says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has fired another shot in the ongoing trade dispute with Australia, with assistant minister of commerce Li Chenggang saying on Wednesday that Canberra knows “what it needs to do to improve this relationship”.The two nations have been involved in a seven-month conflict involving both trade and non-trade matters, with new restrictions on imports of a list of Australian products, namely barley, sugar, red wine, logs, coal, lobster, copper ore and concentrate, believed to have come into force…

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China has fired another shot in the ongoing trade dispute with Australia, with assistant minister of commerce Li Chenggang saying on Wednesday that Canberra knows “what it needs to do to improve this relationship”.The two nations have been involved in a seven-month conflict involving both trade and non-trade matters, with new restrictions on imports of a list of Australian products, namely barley, sugar, red wine, logs, coal, lobster, copper ore and concentrate, believed to have come into force…

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