Aerial view of Canberra, the capital of Australia, whose government has been at loggerheads with Beijing for the last couple of years. Photo: Shutterstock Aerial view of Canberra, the capital of Australia, whose government has been at loggerheads with Beijing for the last couple of years. Photo: Shutterstock
Aerial view of Canberra, the capital of Australia, whose government has been at loggerheads with Beijing for the last couple of years. Photo: Shutterstock

China-Australia relations: tech firms snub Australian office market amid Beijing’s spat with Canberra over trade, Covid-19 handling

  • The icy relations are unlikely to encourage mainland tech giants to view Australia as a favourable investment destination, say analysts
  • Vacancy rates in cities like Sydney have soared amid the pandemic, a trend that could have been eased by Chinese tech firms taking up space

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Aerial view of Canberra, the capital of Australia, whose government has been at loggerheads with Beijing for the last couple of years. Photo: Shutterstock Aerial view of Canberra, the capital of Australia, whose government has been at loggerheads with Beijing for the last couple of years. Photo: Shutterstock
Aerial view of Canberra, the capital of Australia, whose government has been at loggerheads with Beijing for the last couple of years. Photo: Shutterstock
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