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Chinese government censors ruling lines through Australian books
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Chinese government censors ruling lines through Australian books

Chinese political leaders, democracy and dissident movements are all taboo subjects for Chinese censors vetting Australian books.

  • by Michael Bachelard

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No more MOUs! fumes Donald Trump
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No more MOUs! fumes Donald Trump

Trump, in an extraordinary dispute with US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, dismissed the MOUs that have formed the outline of a potential trade pact.

  • by Jeff Mason
Coal confusion: China denies any Australian coal 'ban'
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Coal confusion: China denies any Australian coal 'ban'

The Australian government is searching for answers, but believe it has nothing to do with recent political tension over hacking and the 5G network.

  • by David Wroe, Kirsty Needham and Eryk Bagshaw
Coal delay a sign of our growing China dilemma
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Coal delay a sign of our growing China dilemma

Australia has a duty to speak out on such issues as China’s human rights abuses, but there is no point in artificially raising tensions.

Miners may struggle to find buyers in the face of Chinese coal crunch
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Miners may struggle to find buyers in the face of Chinese coal crunch

Ongoing uncertainty around China's decision to restrict Australian coal entering the Port of Dalian has raised concerns that BHP, Glencore and Peabody Energy may have to scramble to find buyers for any unwanted coal.

  • by Cole Latimer and Yan Zhuang
Local factors, not bad blood, could be to blame for China's coal 'ban'
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Analysis

Local factors, not bad blood, could be to blame for China's coal 'ban'

It might just be that Chinese authorities want to give the local, dirtier, coal industry a leg-up in tough economic times.

  • by Kirsty Needham
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China uses DNA to track its people. The US is helping
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China uses DNA to track its people. The US is helping

A vast campaign of surveillance and oppression is made more powerful by the collection of DNA during "free health checks".

  • by Sui-Lee Wee
China confirms ban of Australian coal imports
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China confirms ban of Australian coal imports

Customs at China's northern port of Dalian has banned imports of Australian, an official at Dalian Port Group has told Reuters.

A big Chinese port bans Australian coal and the dollar falls
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A big Chinese port bans Australian coal and the dollar falls

Reports that the port of Dalian had ruled out accepting Australian coal has fuelled fears that diplomatic tensions are rising again.

  • by Kirsty Needham and Cole Latimer
Next stop on Saudi crown prince's image makeover tour: China
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Next stop on Saudi crown prince's image makeover tour: China

Mohammed Bin Salman arrives in China in the middle of a multi-country swing through Asia designed to polish his image abroad.

  • by Iain Marlow
The world's most innovative company is a Chinese super app
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The world's most innovative company is a Chinese super app

It's not the news Donald Trump's China-hawks would want to hear in the final stretch of a bruising trade negotiation.

  • by Kirsty Needham