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China-Australia relations: Canberra’s plan to scrap research accord labelled ‘act of revenge’ over trade dispute

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has called Australia’s plan to scrap a research agreement between the Victorian government and Jiangsu province an “act of revenge” over trade disruption that is fast threatening Australia’s economic growth.As relations between the two countries continue to deteriorate, Australian press said earlier this week that Canberra was scrutinising the bilateral Victoria-Jiangsu Programme for Technology and Innovation Research and Development after it was identified as being potentially contrary…

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China has called Australia’s plan to scrap a research agreement between the Victorian government and Jiangsu province an “act of revenge” over trade disruption that is fast threatening Australia’s economic growth.As relations between the two countries continue to deteriorate, Australian press said earlier this week that Canberra was scrutinising the bilateral Victoria-Jiangsu Programme for Technology and Innovation Research and Development after it was identified as being potentially contrary…

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