Sino-File

Stronger than iron

“At a time of economic transition and uncertainty around the world, Australia reassures China that we are a reliable partner and that we will continue to place a strong trade and economic relationship as one of our highest priorities”

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Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop tells her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi that ties between the two countries “couldn’t be stronger”. The reassuring tone comes at a time when America’s new leader Donald Trump has been shaking up international affairs.


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