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China-Australia relations: Landbridge vows to protect ‘legally binding’ Darwin Port deal if political pressure persists

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s Landbridge Group will carry on with its investment in Australia’s Darwin Port but will consider legal advice to protect its commercial interests if further political threats to “tear up” the deal negatively affect its business.In its first public comments since calls to axe the company’s 99-year lease of the port, Landbridge said at a press conference in Hong Kong on Wednesday that the port’s expansion had progressed in line with the contract struck in 2015, and that recent political…

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China’s Landbridge Group will carry on with its investment in Australia’s Darwin Port but will consider legal advice to protect its commercial interests if further political threats to “tear up” the deal negatively affect its business.In its first public comments since calls to axe the company’s 99-year lease of the port, Landbridge said at a press conference in Hong Kong on Wednesday that the port’s expansion had progressed in line with the contract struck in 2015, and that recent political…

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