Saturday , January 23 2021
Home / South China Morning Post / China-Australia relations: termination of free trade deal ahead of review unlikely despite tensions, experts say

China-Australia relations: termination of free trade deal ahead of review unlikely despite tensions, experts say

Summary:
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Bilateral tensions between China and Australia are unlikely to jeopardise the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAfta) when it is up for its five-year review next month, trade experts say.While the five-year anniversary of the historic treaty between the two countries has come in the middle of an unabating political conflict, international trade lawyers insist such reviews are designed to open up more trade and expand the treaty, and even if that does not happen, at the minimum, the trade…

Topics:
Su-Lin Tan considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Jeffrey P. Snider writes No Talk In The Dollar Shadows

Lambert Strether writes The Organizational Capacity and Behavioral Characteristics of the Capitol Rioters (First Cut)

Jeffrey P. Snider writes Eurodollar University’s Making Sense; Episode 42; Part 2: The Other Side of TIPS

Vladimir Vyun writes Metals Drop on Friday, Head to Weekly Gains

[unable to retrieve full-text content]
Bilateral tensions between China and Australia are unlikely to jeopardise the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAfta) when it is up for its five-year review next month, trade experts say.While the five-year anniversary of the historic treaty between the two countries has come in the middle of an unabating political conflict, international trade lawyers insist such reviews are designed to open up more trade and expand the treaty, and even if that does not happen, at the minimum, the trade…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *