How Covid-19 changed the Australia-China relationship

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How Covid-19 changed the Australia-China relationship

In April, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for an independent inquiry into the source of the coronavirus pandemic to be lead by the WHO. China's ambassador replied with veiled threats to Australia's export industries, beginning a series of trade-based punishments and a negative campaign by Beijing authories and its state-run media. We analyse what followed in the months since, as well as revealing the other side of the relationship: with one of China's biggest biotech companies…
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In April, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for an independent inquiry into the source of the coronavirus pandemic to be lead by the WHO. China's ambassador replied with veiled threats to Australia's export industries, beginning a series of trade-based punishments and a negative campaign by Beijing authories and its state-run media. We analyse what followed in the months since, as well as revealing the other side of the relationship: with one of China's biggest biotech companies…
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