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Trump slammed for provoking tensions with China

Donald Trump's unusual phone call with Taiwan risks irking China, analysts say.

A diplomatically explosive phone call between president-elect Donald Trump and the president of Taiwan risks provoking a cold war between the United States and China with potentially catastrophic economic and security implications for the region and the world, according to Bob Carr

China releases one of detained Crown casino staff

The clampdown on foreign casinos including James Packer's Crown Resorts seems to have coincided with the start of a ...

One of 18 Crown Resorts employees detained a month ago in China has been released on bail, suggesting authorities have concluded their preliminary investigations and could soon move to formally arrest and then charge those remaining in custody.

'Trump Wins Big' shares in China win big

There may be investor concern over a President Donald Trump, but one small Chinese software provider won big on the news ...

Donald Trump's journey to victory in the US presidential election prompted the biggest rally in five months for a Chinese stock that sounds like "Trump Wins Big" to Mandarin speakers. "Aunt Hillary" fell.

Wheatstone cost tops $US34 billion amid construction difficulties

The cost of Chevron's Wheatstone natural gas project in WA has blown out.

Chevron has confirmed a significant cost blow out at the massive Wheatstone gas export project off western Australia as partners in one of Queensland's projects, APLNG,  has confirmed it may not reach full capacity for another six months due to gas supply constraints.

China raids cost Packer half a billion dollars

Monday's Crown share price plunge has cut billionaire James Packer's paper wealth by about half a billion dollars.

Government raids on Crown Resorts' offices in China have sent the company's share price plummeting on Monday, cutting billionaire James Packer's paper wealth by about half a billion dollars.

Chinese government picks a fight with Packer

Major shareholder James Packer said he was 'deeply concerned' about the detentions of Crown staff.

The Chinese Government appears to be looking for a showdown with Australian billionaire James Packer. His gaming empire, Crown Resorts, is reeling in response to the massive raids on its Chinese operations and the detention of 18 staff.

Top Packer executive among Crown employees detained in China

Jason O'Connor is the most senior of the Australians detained by Chinese authorities.

Chinese authorities have detained at least 18 employees of billionaire James Packer's Crown Resorts, including three Australians, in a coordinated police operation targeting the gaming giant's marketing activities on the mainland.

China exports fall more than expected, imports shrink

The September import reversal raised questions over the strength of the recent recovery in domestic demand, Julian ...

​China's September exports fell 10 per cent from a year earlier, far worse than expected, while imports unexpectedly shrank 1.9 per cent after picking up in August, suggesting signs of steadying in the world's second-largest economy may be short-lived.

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