Albanese concedes ‘long way to go’ with China as he repeats sanctions pleas
Australia must find common purpose with China
Both nations depend heavily on a multilateral trading system. Strengthening it together is a way of managing their troubled bilateral relationship.Peter Drysdale and Shiro Armstrong
What might become the new normal in Australia’s relationship with China is a major question for the Albanese government. There will be no simple reinvention of the old relationship. But the change in government in Australia provides an opportunity for both countries to articulate and pursue again common imperatives that flow from shared global economic interests.
The starting point is acknowledgement and support of multilateral principles and interests in the conduct of their trade and economic relationship. That will also contribute to strengthening the global economic order.
The large Australia-China economic and political relationship was built on …
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