China’s Landbridge Group has made its first public comments since calls in Australia to axe the company’s lease of Darwin Port (pictured) on national security grounds. Photo: Handout China’s Landbridge Group has made its first public comments since calls in Australia to axe the company’s lease of Darwin Port (pictured) on national security grounds. Photo: Handout
China’s Landbridge Group has made its first public comments since calls in Australia to axe the company’s lease of Darwin Port (pictured) on national security grounds. Photo: Handout

China-Australia relations: Landbridge vows to protect ‘legally binding’ Darwin Port deal if political pressure persists

  • China’s Landbridge Group says Australia is sending the message that it does not want foreign investment, by threatening to tear up Darwin Port lease
  • Australian politicians’ opposition to Landbridge’s 99-year lease grew out of Washington’s concerns over not being consulted before the deal was signed in 2015

Topic |   China-Australia relations
China’s Landbridge Group has made its first public comments since calls in Australia to axe the company’s lease of Darwin Port (pictured) on national security grounds. Photo: Handout China’s Landbridge Group has made its first public comments since calls in Australia to axe the company’s lease of Darwin Port (pictured) on national security grounds. Photo: Handout
China’s Landbridge Group has made its first public comments since calls in Australia to axe the company’s lease of Darwin Port (pictured) on national security grounds. Photo: Handout
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