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China-Australia relations: do Beijing’s anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation claims hold up?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China earlier this month made one of its strongest public comments to date about its ongoing conflict with Australia, its largest Asia-Pacific trading partner.Two-way trade between China and Australia is worth around A0 billion (US1 billion), with China buying around 39 per cent of Australia’s merchandise exports.But since Canberra pushed in April for an international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus, the conflict between the two countries has escalated with a series of trade…

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China earlier this month made one of its strongest public comments to date about its ongoing conflict with Australia, its largest Asia-Pacific trading partner.Two-way trade between China and Australia is worth around A$240 billion (US$171 billion), with China buying around 39 per cent of Australia’s merchandise exports.But since Canberra pushed in April for an international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus, the conflict between the two countries has escalated with a series of trade…

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