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China’s Ambassador to Australia heckled by Sydney protesters
China’s chief envoy to Australia was heckled by several protesters in Sydney on Friday as he delivered a speech that attempted to go some way…
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US tariffs on China give negotiating leverage, trade chief says
US tariffs on more than $300 billion in annual imports from China provide significant leverage and are useful from a negotiating standpoint, President Joe Biden’s…
Swiss gold refiners say they didn’t import mystery Russian metal
The industry association for Switzerland’s gold refiners said its members didn’t import gold from Russia last month, raising questions about who bought the country’s precious…
Megayachts Run Low on Safe Harbors as Russia Sanctions Bite
When the $325 million Amadea superyacht that’s been linked to Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov sailed into Fiji in April, the captain may have figured he…
Brexit has made UK less open and competitive, study finds
Brexit has reduced the competitiveness of the British economy, with alarming implications for productivity and wages, according to the Resolution Foundation.
Wheat advances amid strike on Ukraine port, export talk hurdles
Wheat futures recovered from their recent rout after a Ukraine port was attacked and amid looming uncertainty over the next round of Black Sea grain…
US must find new tools to defend against China, trade chief says
The US must all available tools and develop new ones to defend its economic interests and values against China’s unfair practices after talks showed clear…
Xi slams sanctions for ‘weaponizing’ world economy at BRICS open
Chinese President Xi Jinping criticized sanctions for stoking global economic pain in a speech kicking off this year’s BRICS summit, as he seeks to bolster…
UK eyes cuts to food tariffs in trade talks with Gulf nations
The UK is seeking to slash tariffs on food exports to countries including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar in negotiations for a…
One in 10 Australians Trust China’s Government, Lowy Survey Says
Just over one in 10 Australians have faith in the Chinese government to act responsibly in international affairs, according to a new survey, amid attempts…