Australia won’t ‘sit back’ as U.S.-China fight worsens, PM says

CANBERRA, 26 JUNE 2019 (BLOOMBERG) – Australia is urging Indo-Pacific nations to step up their commitment to free trade as the worsening fallout from the U.S.-China impasse threatens global growth. “It is in no-one’s interest in the Indo-Pacific to see an inevitably more competitive U.S.-China relationship become adversarial in character,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison will […]

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