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'No decision' has been made on Huawei: British cyber security chief

'No decision' has been made on Huawei: British cyber security chief

Declaring the issue "complicated", Ciaran Martin said that "everything is on the table" as the UK decides whether to follow Australia and the US in banning Huawei.

  • by Latika Bourke

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Britain warned it could be cut out of future Five Eyes intelligence over Huawei
Theresa May

Britain warned it could be cut out of future Five Eyes intelligence over Huawei

Worries about the UK's exposure to Huawei may make the Five Eyes partners, and perhaps France, Germany or Japan, less inclined to co-operate, says expert.

  • by Latika Bourke
a2 Milk focus on loyal Chinese customers pays off with bumper profit
The A2 Milk Company

a2 Milk focus on loyal Chinese customers pays off with bumper profit

A burgeoning US and China market, coupled with fresh milk sales growth in Australia helped propel the company to a record net profit in the six months to December 31 to $NZ153 million, up 55 per cent.

  • by Sumeyya Ilanbey
Are we prepared to pay Beijing's high price for prosperity?
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Are we prepared to pay Beijing's high price for prosperity?

Australia should understand the values of the rising new superpower are very different from the old.

  • by Chris Uhlmann
Andrew Robb quits China-linked firm before foreign interference law kicks in
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Andrew Robb

Andrew Robb quits China-linked firm before foreign interference law kicks in

Mr Robb says he was writing a report on Australia's health system for the Chinese government, but the bilateral relationship was "too toxic" to deliver it.

  • by Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker
China the world's biggest hacking victim, Chinese report says
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China the world's biggest hacking victim, Chinese report says

Beijing security firm Knownsec Information Technology reported on Monday that Chinese organisations suffered an average of 800 million cyber attacks daily in 2018.

  • by Kirsty Needham
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Blackmores shares tank after disappointing sales to China
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Blackmores

Blackmores shares tank after disappointing sales to China

Blackmores shares crashed by over 30 per cent in early trade after the company reported flagging sales to China but had regained some losses by lunch.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Sports deal that went wrong sends shudders into $4.6 trillion market in China
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Sports deal that went wrong sends shudders into $4.6 trillion market in China

The high-profile failure of a European sports-rights agency has sent ripples into an opaque Chinese market for investment products.

  • by Evelyn Lu, Jun Luo and Jonathan Browning
As Germany, UK waver on Huawei, China rebuts chief US security claim
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As Germany, UK waver on Huawei, China rebuts chief US security claim

The decisions of the two major European powers could be a tipping point for Huawei, the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker.

  • by Kirsty Needham
Farewell tech utopia: how governments are readying the web for war
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Farewell tech utopia: how governments are readying the web for war

The web is a frontier in a hardening confrontation between the autocratic world and the democratic one.

  • by Peter Hartcher
Optimism on China trade talks lifts the ASX
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Optimism on China trade talks lifts the ASX

Positive comments from Xi Jinping have lifted investor hopes for talks with American representatives.

  • by William McInnes