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US-China trade growth has Australia asking whether WTO can stop ‘economic coercion’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Despite vowing to support its ally, Australia, and take a stand against China for perceived economic coercion, the United States has done little to advance its commitment amid a lack of formal mechanisms and international trade rules to facilitate this strategy.Instead, America is even reaping the benefits of Australia’s prolonged trade and political dispute with China by capitalising on an increase in Chinese demand for goods that Beijing has banned from down under.The list of Australian goods…

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Despite vowing to support its ally, Australia, and take a stand against China for perceived economic coercion, the United States has done little to advance its commitment amid a lack of formal mechanisms and international trade rules to facilitate this strategy.Instead, America is even reaping the benefits of Australia’s prolonged trade and political dispute with China by capitalising on an increase in Chinese demand for goods that Beijing has banned from down under.The list of Australian goods…

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