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Australia-China Relations Institute
The Australia-China Relations Institute at the University of Technology Sydney. RT ≠ endorsement.
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 26
Replying to @j_laurenceson
. also noted ‘he expected “a good proportion” of the product that the country used to send to China to be sold elsewhere within a year or two.’
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 26
. tells that ‘Since the ruling applies to wine shipped to China in containers of as much as two liters, Australian exporters could potentially circumvent the duties by shipping bulk wine to the country and have it bottled there’.
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 26
“Beijing is saying that Scott Morrison’s speech this past week was simply not enough, and so China wants to keep the trade pressure on,” on announcement that CN will be imposing anti-dumping duties of >100% on AU wine in
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 26
Observations from UTS:ACRI Director and Advisory Board member in this write-up on expert reactions to recent toned-down comments from Prime Minister Scott Morrison on relations with China in
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 25
On the slightly softer tone from AU and CN this week: "[A]s with previous events, they could be overtaken by unfolding events, particularly when the fundamental challenges in the relationship remain unresolved," tells
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Financial Review Nov 24
OPINION: China has changed since 2012. But the Australian government's messaging seems to have changed even more, writes .
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Adam Ni Nov 25
Canberra's approach to China confuses Beijing. This piece is right about that. On the one hand, Canberra says it wants constructive relations with China. On the other, its all too often, willing to go along with the Trump administration's designs on China (eg., COVID inquiry).
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Judith Downey Nov 25
Thoughtful and important perspective
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 25
PM Morrison "said this week the US alliance was “anchored in our shared world view”. How can this be so when the US view of the world is now dominated by perceptions of China being a “whole-of-society threat”?" writes in
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 23
"Yes, China can seek to punish Australian producers but Australian producers are not defenceless. I think you will see more and more Australian companies setting up resilience funds and quarantining profits," tells
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 23
"There are still a lot of Australian goods [China] will continue to need in the years ahead but the long-term strategy will be to reduce reliance on us," UTS:ACRI Advisory Board member tells
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James Laurenceson 罗震 Nov 18
This morning I spoke with about the latest Australia-China developments, including what I see as the fundamental challenge that the two countries' leaders have so far been unable to reach a new understanding on.
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 18
"[W]hen it comes to trade actions…China is hurting itself more than anyone. China’s doing some pretty enormous damage to its international reputation here," tells .
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 18
“[Prof] Laurenceson said even though Australia's political tensions with China had spiked in 2020, it had still sold more exports to China as a proportion of its total than ever before.” Extensive comments from in this piece
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 17
"[US-CN] strategic competition is going to continue, so for AU, this means that we cannot do anything except be more sensitive, be more sophisticated & we have to also consider where we are in the region,"UTS:ACRI Adv Board member tells
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 16
'[A]s says, the [Regional and Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)] is an important statement of the region’s commitment to free trade at a time when economic nationalism has, in some parts of the world, made a return.' via
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 15
"Even as the world has been transfixed by the vulnerabilities and the excitements of democracy in America, Beijing has underlined its own hugely contrasting pathway of power," writes UTS:ACRI Advisory Board member Rowan Callick in
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 12
"It's not looking possible that China can continue to deny that this isn't a punishment strategy, and they've been pretty clear about that this year,” UTS:ACRI Advisory Board member tells following CN’s ban of Victorian timber
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 12
Read the brief 'PRC economic coercion: the recent Australian experience' by , and here:
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Australia-China Relations Institute Nov 12
“AU can take solace from a fascinating Sep study by []. It examines 6 cases of CN economic coercion against AU in the last 3 yrs. It finds the actual costs generally end up being minor & trade measures fleeting.” UTS:ACRI research cited in
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