Morrison backs Trump plan in China trade dispute

By David Crowe
Updated September 30 2019 - 7:38am, first published 2:00am

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is backing the Trump administration's plan to hold out for a sweeping trade agreement with China rather than accept a partial deal, in a crucial calculation that Australia will gain from a bigger and more lasting settlement.

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