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Punishing Australia through trade also comes at a price for China

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s decision to punish Australia through trade is the result of both feelings and calculations. Beijing is angry at Canberra and is implementing a plan to inflict pain – making a case to the world that those who dare to offend China will pay the price.But Beijing’s approach of selectively picking battles is costly for China, as well.China has cited anti-dumping probes and strict quarantines as legitimate reasons to restrict Australian imports, but few people are blind to the bigger picture…

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China’s decision to punish Australia through trade is the result of both feelings and calculations. Beijing is angry at Canberra and is implementing a plan to inflict pain – making a case to the world that those who dare to offend China will pay the price.But Beijing’s approach of selectively picking battles is costly for China, as well.China has cited anti-dumping probes and strict quarantines as legitimate reasons to restrict Australian imports, but few people are blind to the bigger picture…
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