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China to Australia: Remove "coloured glasses" to get ties back on track

2018-05-22 channelnewsasia
BEIJING/SYDNEY: Australia should remove its "coloured glasses" to get relations back on track with major trading partner China, the Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi has told his Australian counterpart on the sidelines of a G20 meeting in Argentina.

 
China to Australia: Remove "coloured glasses" to get ties back on track - Channel NewsAsia

2018-05-22 channelnewsasia
BEIJING/SYDNEY: Australia should remove its "coloured glasses" to get relations back on track with major trading partner China, the Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi has told his Australian counterpart on the sidelines of a G20 meeting in Argentina.

 
Red-tape protest: China's tactical trade payback

2018-05-18 theage.com.au
Simmering political tensions between Australia and China since the start of the year had been largely ignored by investors until this week. Then concerns emerged that sharemarket darling Treasury Wine Estates's shipments were being held up by Chinese customs authorities as part of a retaliatory move against Australia.

 
Red-tape protest: China's tactical trade payback

2018-05-18 smh.com.au
Simmering political tensions between Australia and China since the start of the year had been largely ignored by investors until this week. Then concerns emerged that sharemarket darling Treasury Wine Estates's shipments were being held up by Chinese customs authorities as part of a retaliatory move against Australia.

 
In Shanghai, Australian minister sees limits to tackling irritants in ties

2018-05-18 channelnewsasia
Australia's trade minister said on Friday there was "limited scope" to resolve irritants in ties with major trading partner China, including customs delays for an Australian wine maker, during his visit to Shanghai this week.

 
ASX records first weekly loss since March

2018-05-18 theage.com.au
The Australian share market recorded its first-weekly loss in seven weeks as Telstra shares fell to seven-year lows.

 
ASX records first weekly loss since March

2018-05-18 smh.com.au
The Australian share market recorded its first-weekly loss in seven weeks as Telstra shares fell to seven-year lows.

 
Australia's Top Cop Warns of ‘Unprecedented’ Foreign Meddling - Bloomberg

2018-05-18 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

 
Seeing red: China wine hiccup deepens political strain

2018-05-17 theage.com.au
Relations with China have taken another backward step after one of the nation's biggest exporters, Treasury Wine Estates, revealed that its product was being stalled because of new customs rules targetting Australian companies and industries.

 
Seeing red: China wine hiccup deepens political strain

2018-05-17 smh.com.au
Relations with China have taken another backward step after one of the nation's biggest exporters, Treasury Wine Estates, revealed that its product was being stalled because of new customs rules targetting Australian companies and industries.

 
UPDATE 4-Australia-China rift spills into customs delays for Treasury Wine exports

2018-05-17 reuters
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia’s Treasury Wine Estates Ltd, the world’s biggest listed winemaker, said it faced delays getting some products through Chinese customs, sending its shares tumbling amid fears it may be affected by a diplomatic dispute.

 
Treasury Wines reports a hiccup in its exports to China

2018-05-17 theage.com.au
Australia’s biggest wine maker Treasury Wine Estates says it is experiencing delays on some of its shipments to China as they're being cleared by customs authorities. It's the latest Australian company to identify issues with exports to the growing Asian power.

 
Treasury Wines reports a hiccup in its exports to China

2018-05-17 smh.com.au
Australia’s biggest wine maker Treasury Wine Estates says it is experiencing delays on some of its shipments to China as they're being cleared by customs authorities. It's the latest Australian company to identify issues with exports to the growing Asian power.

 
Chinese police seize fake Penfolds, Swisse, Blackmores in counterfeiting crackdown

2018-05-07 abc.net.au
Police in southern China have seized more than 30 million yuan ($6.3 million) worth of counterfeit products, including large hauls of popular Australian-branded wines, vitamins, foods, and cosmetics.

 
Bunnings, NAB, QBE: Why so many Aussie companies are failing overseas

2018-04-04 theage.com.au
For a nation of just 25 million people, Australia punches above its weight in sport, science and medicine. But when it comes to success overseas, many of our biggest companies are falling short.

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