The Australian economy’s reliance on China’s appetite for the steelmaking ingredient iron ore is now seriously exposed as Xi Jinping tries to hose down the massive bubble in the property […]
The move comes as Hong Kong’s property gauge dropped the most since May 2020 amid growing investor angst about China’s real estate crackdown and worries that Beijing may tighten grip […]
China Evergrande Group bondholders are about to find out if the property giant’s liquidity crisis is as dire as it appears.
The AUKUS defence pact is unlikely to have a material impact on iron ore prices in the short-term, investors say, but warned of longer-term risks of pinning the country’s defence […]
Shortly after condemning Australia, the US and the UK for forming AUKUS, China applied to join the trans-pacific trade deal established to isolate Beijing.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will be looking at the US-France feud with pleasure and amazement.
The new defence pact with the US and Britain contains too many unanswered questions, writes the former prime minister.
Australia’s new military pact with the US and Britain has sent shockwaves around the world, with China labelling it an “extremely irresponsible” threat to regional stability.
The AUKUS pact is a demonstration of how rapidly the global security environment has changed, and that’s summed up in three words: China under Xi.
Australia is making a clear choice of the US over China with the AUKUS pact – and the fundamental decision is bipartisan.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the new alliance with the US and UK “aggravates the arms race and hurts the international non-proliferation efforts”.
Australia must ensure that it deters China without starting an unstable arms race.
Qian Yang and Lina Lei claimed individual table tennis medals in their categories for Australia on Monday after switching allegiances from China following the Rio Games.
China reckons it will limit the nation’s children to three hours a week for video games. Good luck with that.
The new rules are part of a major shift by Beijing to strengthen control over key sectors of its economy, including tech, education and property.
Experts say underlying demand for Australian education in China has withstood political tensions and border closures.
China fears encirclement, and it has just gained a potentially significant adversary on a vulnerable border.
The Securities and Exchange Commission will demand that the more than 250 Chinese companies trading in US markets better inform investors about political and regulatory risks.
China has criticised the US “politicisation” of efforts to trace the origin of the coronavirus, demanding a US military laboratory be investigated.
The old joke about investing in China with its limitless opportunities for profitless growth does not apply to buy now, pay later.
The US departure from Afghanistan reduces Washington’s influence in a region near China. However, it’s not clear how much Beijing will benefit.
Business school students in Australia and China are solving industry problems as part of their university studies.
There are risks and rewards of investing in Chinese stocks. But superannuation is a long-term game and funds are backing the major growth story.
While ‘black sites’ are common in China, a 26-year-old woman’s account is the only testimony known to experts that Beijing has set one up in another country.
Once a faceless bureaucrat, China’s foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian is delivering a different kind of aggression from his chosen battleground: Twitter.
China released a five-year blueprint calling for greater regulation of vast parts of the economy, providing a sweeping framework for the broader crackdown on key industries that has left investors […]
Pony.ai has reportedly put on hold plans to go public on Wall Street after it failed to gain assurances from Beijing that it would not become a target of a […]
Defence Minister Nobuo Kishi has warned China’s clout is backed by force and coercion, and it is trying to make its dominance “into a fait accompli”.
A Chinese state-owned financier bankrupted an Australian company by misdirecting payments as a deliberate attempt to take ownership, Parliament has heard.
After Gong Lijiao won China’s first gold medal in an Olympic field event. A reporter wanted to know if she’d stop being masculine and “be herself”.