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Does Donald Trump have a point on China's trade practices?

Does Donald Trump have a point on China's trade practices?

US President Donald Trump has legitimate grievances with China over trade, Australia's Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw & Matthew Knott

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Trump has put a gun to China's head and we're in the crossfire
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Trump has put a gun to China's head and we're in the crossfire

Donald Trump's simplistic view of trade is dangerous not only to China, Australia and the rest of Asia, it's going to hurt his own country too.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Trade Minister flies into global storm, urges against inflaming war
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Trade Minister flies into global storm, urges against inflaming war

Don't 'inflame' tensions. The Australian minister has delivered a warning to the US and China at G20

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Trade partners turn to states: Palaszczuk

Trade partners turn to states: Palaszczuk

Australia's trading partners will become increasingly reliant on state governments to avoid the turbulence playing out in the ranks of the country's leadership, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says.

  • by Sonia Kohlbacher
Who can take more pain in Trump's deranged game of chicken with China?
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Who can take more pain in Trump's deranged game of chicken with China?

The US and China are on a combustible escalation path that can end only when there's economic blood on the floor. Both think they can withstand the longer siege.

  • by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Labor clears way for Trans-Pacific Partnership
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Labor clears way for Trans-Pacific Partnership

The Morrison government will now be able to ratify the 11-member trade agreement.

  • by Fergus Hunter
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Trump, escalating trade war, threatens tariffs on all goods from China
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Trump, escalating trade war, threatens tariffs on all goods from China

The US President Donald Trump has warned he is ready to slap tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports into the United States, threatening duties on yet another $375 billion in Chinese goods.

  • by Steve Holland & David Lawder
Mission more urgent than healing the wounds at home
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Mission more urgent than healing the wounds at home

Scott Morrison headed to Indonesia to address an issue that rates higher on his agenda than staying put to tend to the deep divisions in his party.

  • by Michele O'Neil
US, Mexico reach NAFTA deal as pressure turns to Canada
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US, Mexico reach NAFTA deal as pressure turns to Canada

Negotiations between the trade partners have dragged on for a year, marred by repeated threats from Trump that he would ditch the 1994 accord .

  • by Roberta Rampton & Jeff Mason
Angry Harley riders play the Trump card
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Angry Harley riders play the Trump card

US motorcycle maker Harley Davidson finds itself in the uncomfortable position of clashing with a president who is immensely popular with most of its customers.

  • by Alan Rappeport
Erdogan tells Turks to buy plunging lira as Trump doubles metals tariffs
Turkey

Erdogan tells Turks to buy plunging lira as Trump doubles metals tariffs

Country's currency has plunged as much as 14 per cent on worries about his influence over monetary policy and worsening relations with the United States.

  • by Behiye Selin Taner & Tuvan Gumrukcu