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China-Australia relations: trading relationship still strong with growing divide between ‘rhetoric and reality’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Australian businesses say there are signs the trade relationship with China will not collapse as exports and imports between the two countries continue to be healthy despite bans on certain products.China’s total imports from Australia in May rose more than 55 per cent from the previous month to US.6 billion, while exports rose just over 1 per cent to US.9 billion, according to Chinese data released on Monday.The growth is an extension of the buoyant trading pattern between the two…

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Australian businesses say there are signs the trade relationship with China will not collapse as exports and imports between the two countries continue to be healthy despite bans on certain products.China’s total imports from Australia in May rose more than 55 per cent from the previous month to US$13.6 billion, while exports rose just over 1 per cent to US$4.9 billion, according to Chinese data released on Monday.The growth is an extension of the buoyant trading pattern between the two…

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