China continues to apply punitive trade actions to Australian exports, with informal bans or import duties targeting products ranging from coal, cotton and timber to wine, lobster and beef. Photo: Bloomberg China continues to apply punitive trade actions to Australian exports, with informal bans or import duties targeting products ranging from coal, cotton and timber to wine, lobster and beef. Photo: Bloomberg
China continues to apply punitive trade actions to Australian exports, with informal bans or import duties targeting products ranging from coal, cotton and timber to wine, lobster and beef. Photo: Bloomberg

China-Australia relations: ex-PM Malcolm Turnbull urges Canberra not to ‘buckle under pressure’ from Beijing

  • Former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says Australia ‘will get less respect’ if it tones down its criticism of China
  • The Turnbull government banned Huawei and ZTE from Australia’s 5G network, seen by some as a tipping point in bilateral ties between Beijing and Canberra

Topic |   China-Australia relations
China continues to apply punitive trade actions to Australian exports, with informal bans or import duties targeting products ranging from coal, cotton and timber to wine, lobster and beef. Photo: Bloomberg China continues to apply punitive trade actions to Australian exports, with informal bans or import duties targeting products ranging from coal, cotton and timber to wine, lobster and beef. Photo: Bloomberg
China continues to apply punitive trade actions to Australian exports, with informal bans or import duties targeting products ranging from coal, cotton and timber to wine, lobster and beef. Photo: Bloomberg
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