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Coronavirus: Doubts about the WHO COVID-19 mission fuel China’s advantage

Coronavirus: Doubts about the WHO COVID-19 mission fuel China’s advantage

Doubts about the WHO COVID inquiry fuel China’s advantagecloseAdvertisementFor our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, By Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeA highly anticipated global inquiry, more than a dozen investigators, a fortnight of inspections at ground-zero of the virus that sent borders up around the world, and here we are.After months of negotiations to get the inspectors into Wuhan, left the public little more enlightened than they were in March last year.The WHO investigators said COVID-19 was likely to have been...

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China-Australia dispute: Coal blocked indefinitely by Beijing

China-Australia dispute: Coal blocked indefinitely by Beijing

{{data.meterPrompt.countRemaining}}{{data.meterPrompt.message}}Already subscribed? {{data.paywallPrompt.countRemaining}}{{data.paywallPrompt.title}}{{data.paywallPrompt.message}}Already subscribed? By Australian coal exports to China have been formally blocked after months of import restrictions that have thrown the $14 billion export industry into turmoil.The decision, taken by China's National Development and Reform Commission at a meeting with 10 Chinese power plants on Saturday and reported by state media on Monday, means Australian coal will be blocked indefinitely while China ramps up...

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Australian coal blocked indefinitely by Beijing

Australian coal blocked indefinitely by Beijing

Australian coal blocked indefinitely by BeijingcloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeAustralian coal exports to China have been formally blocked after months of import restrictions that have thrown the $14 billion export industry into turmoil.The decision, taken by China's National Development and Reform Commission at a meeting with 10 Chinese power plants on Saturday and reported by state media on Monday, means Australian coal will be blocked indefinitely while China ramps up imports from Mongolia, Indonesia and...

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How other nations are feasting on China's beef with Australia

How other nations are feasting on China's beef with Australia

How other nations are feasting on China's beef with AustraliacloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeAt the China International Import expo in Shanghai last month, the Argentinian Beef Association was ready to pounce on Australia's misfortune.Argentina has maintained strong diplomatic relations with China since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Beijing sent tonnes of medical equipment to Argentina as COVID-19 began sweeping through Latin America. Even though they all had to endure 14-day quarantine to attend, 58...

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China tweet: Jacinda Ardern defends Australia over SAS war crimes meme

China tweet: Jacinda Ardern defends Australia over SAS war crimes meme

Jacinda Ardern comes to Australia's aid in Twitter dispute with ChinacloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has raised concerns with Chinese authorities about Beijing's use of a doctored image to target Australia's war crimes record as international pressure mounts on China's Foreign Ministry.The image, which saw on Monday, purports to show an Australian special forces soldier slitting the throat of a small Afghan child wrapped in an Australian flag.Prime Minister Scott Morrison...

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China tweet: Jacinda Ardern defends Australia over SAS war crimes meme

China tweet: Jacinda Ardern defends Australia over SAS war crimes meme

Jacinda Ardern comes to Australia's aid in Twitter dispute with ChinacloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has raised concerns with Chinese authorities about Beijing's use of a doctored image to target Australia's war crimes record as international pressure mounts on China's Foreign Ministry.The image, which saw on Monday, purports to show an Australian special forces soldier slitting the throat of a small Afghan child wrapped in an Australian flag.Prime Minister Scott Morrison...

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Scott Morrison demands China remove post detailing SAS war crimes

Scott Morrison demands China remove post detailing SAS war crimes

China should be 'totally ashamed': Scott Morrison demands China take down postcloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizePrime Minister Scott Morrison has strongly condemned a propaganda image shared by the Chinese Foreign Ministry on social media and demanded it be removed in a sharp escalation of Australia's dispute with China.The ministry shared the doctored image of alleged Australian war crimes in Afghanistan on Monday. The image purports to show a special forces soldier slitting the throat of an Afghan child with its...

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China wine tariffs: Simon Birmingham rebukes China, Treasury Wine suffers trading halt

China wine tariffs: Simon Birmingham rebukes China, Treasury Wine suffers trading halt

'Devastating blow': Trade Minister lashes out at China's wine tariff hitcloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeChina's multibillion-dollar trade dispute with Australia has entered perilous new territory after Beijing slapped tariffs of up to 200 per cent on Australian wine and the Morrison government accused China of breaching its free trade agreement.The sudden escalation prompted one of Australia's largest wine exporters to move into a trading halt on Friday while Australian ministers unloaded on the Chinese...

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Boris Johnson should follow Scott Morrison's lead after China releases list of grievances

Boris Johnson should follow Scott Morrison's lead after China releases list of grievances

'Not here to be bullied': UK weighs in on China hitlistcloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeThe chairman of Britain's foreign affairs committee says China's decision to issue a list of the grievances it has with Australia is "an extremely aggressive act" and could oblige the UK to follow Australia's lead.Tom Tugendhat, who leads the UK's inquiries into its post-Brexit foreign policy, said the Chinese embassy's demands for the Australian government to reverse its position on 14 issues was not only an attack on...

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China threatens Australia over Belt and Road reversal

China threatens Australia over Belt and Road reversal

‘Firmly and forcefully’: China threatens Australia over Belt and Road decisionWe’re sorry, this service is currently unavailable. Please try again later.DismisscloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeAdvertisementChina has threatened retaliation over the federal government’s decision to cancel Victoria’s Belt and Road agreement as the move secured support across the political and security spectrums in Australia.But senior Australian officials who were not authorised to speak on the record said Australia was prepared to...

Apr 22
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