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Journalist’s expulsion casts shadow on Hong Kong’s future

Journalist’s expulsion casts shadow on Hong Kong’s future

Questions are being raised about the city's future as a haven where rule of law and civil rights are better protected than elsewhere in Asia.

  • by Austin Ramzy and Amy Qin

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As Trump steps up trade war, China approves new trademarks for Ivanka
Donald Trump

As Trump steps up trade war, China approves new trademarks for Ivanka

The trademarks include shoes, shirts and sunglasses and less obvious fits such as voting machines, semiconductors and fire extinguishers.

  • by Austin Ramzy
China dismisses criticism about mass detentions at UN
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China dismisses criticism about mass detentions at UN

China once again rejected criticism of its treatment of ethnic Muslims, telling the UN the accusations of rights abuses were "politically driven."

China's approach to control
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Opinion

China's approach to control

China is sparing no effort in its drive to become one of the most effective surveillance states in history.

  • by Nicholas Stuart
Australia seals $15b in business deals with China as tensions ease
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Australia seals $15b in business deals with China as tensions ease

A survey of Australian companies in China has found tensions in the relationship between Australia and China was their biggest risk.

  • by Kirsty Needham
FMG locks down relationships with China's biggest steel mills
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FMG locks down relationships with China's biggest steel mills

Fortescue will sign MOUs with both public and private steel mills across China on the sidelines of the China international import expo

  • by Hamish Hastie
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US, China to hold talks on Friday
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US, China to hold talks on Friday

The United States and China will hold the top-level diplomatic and security dialogue in Washington on Friday.

Foreign Minister Marise Payne to visit China in bid to end year-long dispute
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Foreign Minister Marise Payne to visit China in bid to end year-long dispute

The visit is a significant step forward for the Morrison government in normalising relations with China.

  • by Kirsty Needham
Xi fires back at US, talks tough on trade
Xi Jinping

Xi fires back at US, talks tough on trade

As Xi Jinping spoke in Shanghai, coverage heavily featured Australian Trade Minister Simon Birminghams, who is attending the trade talks.

  • by Kirsty Needham
Diplomatic freeze thaws as Australian government hails Chinese tourism
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Diplomatic freeze thaws as Australian government hails Chinese tourism

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham 'celebrates China's success' as he becomes the first minister this year on an official visit.

  • by Kirsty Needham
China thaw: Morrison minister to fly into Shanghai
Scott Morrison

China thaw: Morrison minister to fly into Shanghai

More than 150 Australian companies will be represented at the Shanghai expo next week.

  • by Kirsty Needham