The Perils Of Doing Business With China

Brody Ladd | 12/18/2020

In the early part of the 2000s, Australia sought a middle path between its traditional ally, the U.S., and China, an increasingly powerful neighbor. This culminated in 2015, with the signing of a free trade agreement. Ties have deteriorated since. Above, Chinese Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng and Australian Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb sign the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement in  Canberra on June 17, 2015, witnessed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Australia is an...
 

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